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Surplus! Idaho Tax Revenue Beat Expectations

There’s good news regarding the state economy.  Final figures for fiscal year 2011 show Idaho came in with $85 million more in tax revenue than projected.  Much of the extra cash will be diverted to public schools and community colleges because of agreements made with the federal government to mai

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Twin Falls City Residents Could See Higher Property Taxes

The Twin Falls City Council’s discussion over the proposed new city budget for the coming fiscal year had a lot to do with a proposed property tax increase.  City Manager Travis Rothweiler has proposed a 4 percent increase in city property taxes to help meet the demands of several budgetary issues for the city including road maintenance.

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Twin Falls City Council Warned Of Budget Woes

The Twin Falls City Council could be facing some cold hard facts in the near future.  At the city council meeting last night they were told by City Community Development Director Mitch Humble that “We cannot preserve historic levels of service and historic tax policy. Something has to change.”

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Jill’s Take:The House approved a plan to collect uncollected taxes to generate revenue. Finally!

Finally, the House has approved a plan to collect uncollected taxes!

"A plan to boost staffing at the State Tax Commission to generate more than $19 million in additional revenue has cleared the Idaho House." Republican Rep. Darrell Bolz, of Caldwell, says the state could yield a 4-to-1 return

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Tax Incentive Bill Fails In Legislature

An effort to boost Idaho's struggling economy by giving businesses tax incentives to create new jobs has failed in the state Legislature. The legislation died Tuesday in a Senate committee over lawmaker concerns about its fiscal impact. The bill would hav

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Ag Tax Breaks Move through Legislature…

The Idaho House tax committee has approved a bill that matches Idaho's tax code with new federal rules allowing businesses and farmers to write off new equipment. Lawmakers estimate the move will cost the budget $10 million this fiscal year and another $10 million in fiscal 201

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