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Texas wants local online sales to be taxed

Cities across Texas can lobby the legislative assembly next session to authorize native sales taxes on net purchases, a modification that ought to provide the state’s troubled municipalities a minimum of $1 billion a year. Now, municipalities do not collect […]

College property taxes Joe Garza

Texans Pay Higher College Property Taxes

When the Lone-Star State law-makers reduces appropriations to high school districts, every greenback we tend to pay in higher native college property taxes counts for fewer.   The Lone-Star State Commission on Public College Finance ought to review however drastically […]

Unpaid Taxes for a Road That was Never Built

Can we still expect middle class tax cuts in 2017?

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday the Trump administration still aims to pass tax reform legislation this year and its focus is on cutting taxes for middle-class Americans and businesses rather than the wealthy. “We’re absolutely committed to getting tax […]

President Donald Trump’s push for corporate tax reform helps ESOPs

President Donald Trump’s push for corporate tax reform will assist the US’s groups to compete and win. But, even as commercial enterprise leaders are championing reform, their employees might also understand it as a boon to massive organizations, making passage […]

Attorney Joe Garza Decries Tax System: U.S. Corporations Hiding $1.4 Trillion Overseas

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