Archive for the ‘Nevada Tax’ Category

Tax Foundation Tests the “Climate”

Posted on September 22nd, 2014 by by George Ashley

That would be the “state business tax climate,” of which the Tax Foundation recently released its 2014 version. Not surprisingly, Nevada ranks right up there (3rd, actually) among the ten best states in which to do business, trailing only Wyoming and South Dakota.  And of course, our friends to the West (California) brings up the […]

The States Need the Money!

Posted on November 10th, 2012 by by George Ashley

Is there no end to the quest by state and local government units to find yet more dough?  Yet more and different things to tax? Consider the recent news reported by USA Today regarding the notion that states just might start taxing folks based on the number of miles they drive (rather than how much […]

Congress Meddles with State Nonresident Taxation

Posted on August 10th, 2011 by by George Ashley

In an interesting development which may rankle California (and other state) lawmakers, the House of Representatives has come up with a novel suggestion which would allow a state to tax nonresidents working in that state ONLY if the employee works in that state for more than 30 days in a calendar year.  If you like […]

Freedom!

Posted on April 28th, 2011 by by George Ashley

Yes, Freedom Day has come and gone – you’re probably thinking we’re referring to last Monday, when we cleared yet another tax filing deadline.  Well, that is another significant date, of course, but what we’re really thinking of is the annual “Tax Freedom Day,” as measured annually by the Tax Foundation.  About a week earlier […]

Nevadans: Hold on to Your Wallets

Posted on January 24th, 2011 by by George Ashley

            Two recent studies signal upcoming discussion (in legislative circles) of the inevitable:  Nevadans are going to be paying more taxes, and likely sooner rather than later.             Brookings Mountain West/Morrison Institute recently examined the fiscal fiasco currently prevailing in Nevada, and a few other western states.   The conclusion?  “Structurally Unbalanced,” which could be construed […]

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