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A group of House Republicans is backing legislation that would prevent states from imposing so-called “exit taxes” on residents who vote with their feet and establish a new, permanent residence in a different state.
California residents are fleeing the state because of big government, high taxes and high cost of living. Instead of becoming more taxpayer-friendly, the state is now attempting to tax those who are leaving.
As a father of a 5-year-old, I know the difficulties remote learning has placed on children, parents and teachers over the last year. Remote learning’s pitfalls continue to manifest themselves in students’ ability to focus, meet academic growth goals and maintain sound mental health.
Too many Arizona taxpayers have been victim to unemployment insurance benefits falsely claimed in their names.
WASHINGTON—Lawmakers from New York and New Jersey, looking to capitalize on new Democratic majorities in Congress, are trying to repeal the $10,000 cap on the state and local tax deduction as part of a pandemic-relief bill. But the Biden administration has been noncommittal, and the move looks likely to wait until later this year.
Radix Law attorneys Jonathan Frutkin and Adam Buck have been hosting their weekly podcast “Small Business Update” throughout the pandemic. The podcast is included by all the major directory services, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher and iHeart Radio.
Concerns over healthcare and retirement security will be top of mind for voters over 50 years old in the upcoming election, lawmakers said Tuesday.