Monthly Archives: September 2011

Small business owners and income taxes

Small business owners are often the subject of tax policy debates. A new study from the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Tax Analysis shows that between 7.5% and 11.5% of small business owners have incomes of $200,000 or more. And, depending … Continue reading

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State Budget Woes Explained

If you want to understand better how the state got into its recent budget problems, read this story in the Daily Jefferson County Union. It features WISTAX President Todd Berry who is traveling around the state speaking to community and … Continue reading

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It has to come from somewhere . . .

In at least one respect, the 2011-13 state budget (Act 32) should make property taxpayers happy: The budget bill “freezes” property tax levies for the next two years. While this means most homeowners will typically see small changes in property … Continue reading

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