Results tagged with 'tax'
Published Nov. 14, 2007
The Internal Revenue Service announced today that nearly $849,000 is waiting for Wisconsin taxpayers whose income tax refund checks were sent back to the IRS as undeliverable. That money is owed to 1,164 Wisconsinites, of whom 312 live in Milwaukee County. Their average check is $729.
Published Aug. 31, 2007
Talk about legends in their own minds. Not that commentator Doug Hissom dislikes the Bob & Brian morning show on 102.9 FM, but asking to have a street named after them may be a bit too much.
Published June 29, 2007
As the building boom for the non-profit hospital industry continues, the bottom line is that those buildings do not equal more property taxes for municipal coffers.
Published April 27, 2007
The barrage of political issue ads from front groups of major political players continues this week as the Wisconsin Realtors Association debuted its new alias, the Wisconsin Homeowners Alliance. It’s target: Gov. Doyle’s proposed increase in the real estate transfer fee.
Published June 9, 2006
Proposals for a regional sales tax boost are getting a thumbs down from suburban leaders. Among them is Waukesha County Executive Daniel Vrakas, who says Milwaukee's best answer to its fiscal problems is not to lobby taxpayers to raise the sales tax but to lobby Madison for diverting some of that revenue.
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As the nation races toward the 2013 "Fiscal Cliff" like the teen-age drivers in Rebel Without A Cause, House Speaker Boehner said last week that Republicans would support increased revenues, but not higher tax rates. This could be achieved by closing  ...
Churches that meet the requirements of section 501(c)(3) of the federal tax code are automatically considered tax-exempt and are not required to apply for and obtain recognition of tax-exempt status from the IRS. Section 501(c)(3) imposes the following five requirements: (1) a church must be orga...
When it comes to tax filing season, there are two kinds of people: those who file their tax returns right after they receive their W-2s, and those who toss their tax documents into a drawer, quietly hoping that a jolly old accountant will slide down the chimney on the night before Tax Day and com...
There's not an entrepreneur on the planet who likes thinking about taxes. I know, it's only February, so you're likely still in deep denial about March 15. But it's time to get organized! Almost every aspect of your business has tax ramifications and if you don't know what they are, you're i...
You can't deduct food as a medical expense, even though you get sick if you don't eat. And your dogs may be like children to you, but you can't claim them as exemptions. Knock it off. There's little you can do now to reduce your 2010 taxes. But you can do plenty to reduce your 2011 taxes, if you ...
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