Detractors rejoice, the Philly Soda tax may not be a tax for much longer. A Philadelphia lawmaker has introduced legislation that would invalidate the controversial law. Continue reading Update: Philly Soda Tax In “Danger” Of Being Repealed?
The results are in, and the best cities for EdTech in the United States are here. Some of the results may surprise you, while others are common techno-centric metropolises. Dd your city make the list? Continue reading The Best Cities for EdTech in the United States Are…
Tennessee is a great place to live. For residents of Mirrostown, it’s about to get a little better. New Tennessee jobs are on the way for residents of this city, roughly three hours from Nashville. Continue reading New Tennessee Jobs Are On The Way To Morristown
Denver is a city on the rise. A booming tech sector across Colorado is increasing the population with high-income earners. On the other hand, this influx is leading to an increase in the cost of living in Denver and other areas. Continue reading The Cost of Living in Denver Is On The Rise
Moving trends come and go, but for the time being this one doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Real estate is all about location, location, location. While jobs are always a priority, property taxes may be the next big thing. Continue reading Moving Trends: Making Property Taxes A Priority
Texas is booming, economically speaking. A friendly business environment has led to a growing tech sector in Austin, specifically. However, not all residents are feeling optimistic. Texas property taxes are among the highest in the nation. Continue reading High Texas Property Taxes. Is There a Solution?
There’s some tax relief on the way for Idaho. As the legislature closes out its session, Idaho’s new tax legislation promises deliver some much needed easing of Idahoans current tax burden. Here’s how it breaks down. Continue reading Idaho’s New Tax Legislation Broken Down
In a somewhat surprising move, Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has vetoed a proposed tax increase. Residents feared the new Kentucky tax law and its $480 million in new taxes would lead to an increase in cost of living. Continue reading New Kentucky Tax Law Is A No Go, Governor Vetos