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Every year the Tax Foundation publishes the State Business Tax Climate Index, which allows taxpayers, businesses, and policy makers an easy comparison of how their states' tax systems relate. This ranking of the states is based on tax policy has been very important in North Carolina over the last...
Lawmakers are moving forward with plans to sell houses and other real properties owned by the state that are unused, or have not been used to their full potential.
Here are four questions for the Democrat Party ahead of their afternoon press conference on attorney general's push for additional gun control measures in North Carolina...
In a campaign email last week, Attorney General Roy Cooper made it clear he wants to engage in a public debate about policy. But while the attorney general and Democrat candidate for governor made his support for Obamacare clear.
I have never been a fan of the Fair Tax, a proposal to abolish the income tax and substitute a national sales tax. My opposition has nothing to do with the merits of a national sales tax as opposed to an income tax per se. Clearly, as an economist, I agree that the proper and most efficient tax...
State taxpayers will pay $400 million less over the next two years if lawmakers pass a $21.735 billion state budget deal announced Monday by legislative leaders. The 2016-17 state budget also expands the sales tax base to include more repair and service work to help offset the tax rate reductions.
The FY 2015-16 North Carolina state budget has finally been finalized. Was it worth the wait? Rather than wading through 400 pages of text, you can read here about the ten most interesting and important aspects of the budget in this article.
This series, entitled "Cut This, Go Home," includes several budget items that should no longer receive taxpayer funding because they fall well outside the legitimate, core functions of government.
I have never been a fan of the Fair Tax, a proposal to abolish the income tax and substitute a national sales tax. My opposition has nothing to do with the merits of a national sales tax as opposed to an income tax per se. Clearly, as an economist, I agree that the proper and most efficient tax...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown (R-Onslow) introduced legislation on Monday to reform the state sales tax system. The state levies a 4.75 percent sales tax, while counties levy an additional two percent. The two percent is the focus of the bill, and is currently composed of three different...
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
Governor Pat McCrory was in our nation's capital today to express his support for environmentally safe and responsible offshore energy exploration before Congress. The governor addressed the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee Energy and Mineral Land Resources Subcommittee hearing titled...
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
Governor Pat McCrory was in our nation's capital today to express his support for environmentally safe and responsible offshore energy exploration before Congress. The governor addressed the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee Energy and Mineral Land Resources Subcommittee hearing titled...
The Prius-driving, low-T, latte-sipping NPR-swooning lefty-snobs at The Charlotte Observer, one of McClatchy's many failing media holdings in The Carolinas, are aghast that this state might become more like -- *GASP* -- Alabama.
Gov. Pat McCrory used the deadline for filing income tax returns to tout the historic tax reform package that he signed into law last year.
Critics of a just-passed Senate bill complain that it limits the ability of Wake, Guilford, and Forsyth counties to raise sales taxes to fund proposed rail transit systems in the Triangle and Triad.
Along with Tuesday's primary elections for congressional, legislative, judicial, county, and municipal offices, voters in more than a dozen North Carolina counties decided measures involving taxes, debt, and alcohol sales.
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