Residents of Austin will see an increase to their taxes in 2019. That’s the bad news. The good news? Their Austin taxes will be going up but not by much. Continue reading Yes, Austin Taxes are Going Up… But Not By Much
If you live in Denver, get ready to see a whole slew of new Denver taxes on your ballot this fall. Continue reading Denver Taxes Are Piling Up On The Ballot This November
Perhaps inspired by the brief rise and swift fall of Seattle’s head tax, resident of Cupertino, California will have to wait another 2 years to vote on a similar proposal. The so-called “Apple head tax” was similar in structure to Seattle’s. Not surprisingly, Apple wasn’t thrilled with the idea in much the same was Amazon fought against Seattle’s. Continue reading Proposed Apple Head Tax Shelved By Cupertino Council…For Now
Where you live in the United States matters when it comes to taxes. While the federal tax rates are unchanged, state and local taxes play a big role. There are plenty of taxes to consider. Sales tax, income tax, real estate tax, and more. With that in mind, here are the cities with the lowest taxes. Continue reading These are the Cities With The Lowest Taxes In The United States
A new study recently revealed that high earning Californians have been leaving the state for years. Starting in 2012, millionaires have been leaving California in droves. All signs point to the exodus continuing. Continue reading Millionaires Leaving California as Tax Exodus Continues
There was concern that Philly’s budget would include a real estate tax hike. With a recent vote, the budget passed and the Philadelphia Real Estate Tax is NOT going up. Continue reading Budget Passes, No New Philadelphia Real Estate Tax
Well, that didn’t long, did it? Just a few weeks after it was unanimously approved, Seattle’s “Amazon head tax” was repealed by a 7-2 city council vote. Continue reading Seattle Repeals Amazon Head Tax Less Than A Month Later
On the heels of Seattle’s new “head tax” on large corporations, the city council is back again. This time with an eye towards increasing Seattle property taxes to help fund state education. Continue reading Seattle Property Taxes On The Rise? It Could Happen.