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What’s happening California has announced a one-time “middle-class tax refund” that will provide 23 million taxpayers with between $200 and $1,050. Why it matters California’s economy is the largest in the US. The inflation relief payments are a compromise between Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers. Starting this fall, California will send one-time inflation-relief checks […]

Thursday’s Headlines Want Their E-Bike Tax Refund – Streetsblog USA PathPath Photo: PxFuel, CC A tax credit for purchasing e-bikes was left out of Democrats’ big climate bill, but it could make it into another tax measure later this year. (The Verge) Even with tax credits for electric cars from the Democrats’ new climate bill, […]

Service may be part of the IRS’s official name, but the tax agency has been lacking in this area, especially over the past couple of years. It’s not all the IRS’s fault. Credit the perfect storm of the COVID-19 pandemic, lots of stimulus-related tax law changes passed by Congress for the IRS to administer, years […]

Many states are addressing rampant inflation and the growing threat of a recession with tax rebates and stimulus checks: California will issue a “middle-class tax refund” worth as much as $1,050 starting in October.  A number of states are issuing payments in August: Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed legislation speeding up rebates worth up to $1,500 to get them in […]

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR/WNDU/WPTA) – The Indiana State Senate passed a proposed abortion ban bill Friday night. This comes after the bill passed through the House with several amendments earlier in the day. Senate Bill 1 passed with a 62 to 38 vote in the House after several hours of discussion. In a final vote, the bill […]

Republican Rep. Tim Brown, center, listens to Democratic Rep. Gregory Porter, right, speak at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, Friday, Aug.

A quarter of households in England and Wales who challenged their council tax last year successfully secured lower bills for the future, according to new data from the Valuation Office Agency (VOA). Of the 49,940 cases put forward in 2021-22, 13,430 successfully had their property moved to a lower council tax band. With energy and […]