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Kansas finally gets good revenue news with February report

TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Kansas state budget finally got some relief Friday as the state Department of Revenue released the February revenue numbers.

The report says the state collected $22.1 million dollars more than estimates, breaking a seven month trend of revenues not meeting expectations. 179 more words


Tax Time: CRA reassessed me

In January I got a Notice of Reassessment  in the mail, a document that strikes fear into the heart of all taxpayers.

(Actually, I had no idea what it was before I got it, but now I feel like a real adult). 860 more words


These Are the States With the Worst Taxes for Average Americans

While a certain degree of income inequality might be expected, the difference between rich and poor Americans has grown dramatically in recent years. As of 2013, the wealthiest 20% of Americans had more income in aggregate than the bottom 80% combined. 1,752 more words

Taxes Got You Stressed? Here's How to Fix That

This guest post is Part 2 in a 3-part series discussing taxes written by Christopher Remus, author of Tax Pain Relief.

In Part 1, I talked about the different sources of tax season pain such as stress, tension, and anxiety. 848 more words

Thought Leadership

Thoughts for Friday - 27th February 2015

I’ve been delighted with the response to last week’s post in which I complained (in detail) at how complex a task it is to book flight tickets. 800 more words

Aspiring Writer

Check your tax codes for HMRC errors

Up to three million people that have more than one source of income potentially face backdated tax bills of £2,000 per year because of errors made by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). 170 more words

Hart Shaw

Newsletter Spring 2015 - Residential reductions

One of the welcome announcements in the Autumn Statement included the immediate reform of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on the purchase of residential property. 364 more words