Tag Archives: taxes

Self-immolation, DOR style?

Are the wheels coming off of the Dept of Revenue? Georganna Meyer, the agency’s former chief economist who is now a senior economist at the Maguire Company, said historically, DOR would have about 30 corporate auditors monitoring between 50,000 and 60,000 companies.

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Congress must repeal unfair Health Insurance Tax


Across Arizona, more than 900,000 workers rely on small and mid-sized businesses for their paychecks. My company is one of these employers, and we’re striving to ensure our 110 employees will continue to have jobs and enjoy wages and benefits adequate to support a family. Unfortunately, achieving this objective is getting harder every day. One of the biggest challenges is the Health Insurance Tax, or HIT, a new tax on health insurance imposed by Congress as part of the Affordable Care Act.

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Budget sets stage for GCU tax break bill (access required)


The budget framework approved by legislative leadership and Gov. Doug Ducey appears to give a green light to a contentious proposal that would dramatically reduce property taxes for Grand Canyon University and, in the process, raise them for others who live near the school.

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RoRo row: New law hampers Roosevelt Row plan (access required)

Roosevelt Row (Photo by Gary Grado, Arizona Capitol Times)

A law signed by Gov. Doug Ducey could derail future plans for more formal support and money to aid the burgeoning Roosevelt Row district. And neighborhood advocates say they’re gearing up to fight the law and vow to continue their plans for a special taxing district.

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