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Business Leaders Lend Their Support to Utah 2.0

Business Leaders Lend Their Support to Utah 2.0

Utah 2.0 continues to march forward throughout the 2016 Legislative Session. Over the past few weeks, we met with business leaders from across the state and showed them our legislative priorities. Check out what they had to say.

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TAX ALERT! $9.4 Million Tax Increase Considered by Salt Lake County Council

TAX ALERT! $9.4 Million Tax Increase Considered by Salt Lake County Council

TAX ALERT! Tell the Salt Lake County Council to vote AGAINST raising your property taxes by  $9.4 Million!  This Tuesday, December 8th at 6 p.m., the Salt Lake County Council will vote whether to increase property taxes on Salt Lake County taxpayers by $9.4 million. A 20-year bond, which paid for county jail facilities, is expected to be retired at […]

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Press Release on Action Taken Against HB43 (2013 General Session)

Press Release on Action Taken Against HB43 (2013 General Session)

Please join the Utah Taxpayers Association, Libertas Institute, Utah Taxpayers Legal Foundation, and the Center for Competitive Politics on November 17 at 10am for an announcement regarding legal action taken against House Bill 43. For more information, read our opinion article in the Salt Lake Tribune.

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Transportation and Mass Transit Sales Tax Referendum: Proposition 1 Pros and Cons

In November, voters in 17 of Utah’s 29 counties will be asked if their county should increase its sales tax rate by 0.25% in order to pay for transportation and mass transit-related projects within their boundaries. The increase is on the ballot in the 17 counties due to the county commission or council in that […]

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Special Session: Corporate Franchise and Income Tax Amendments

Special Session: Corporate Franchise and Income Tax Amendments

In Wednesday’s Special Session, the Utah Legislature will consider legislation that will correct an inequity in the state’s corporate income tax code.

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Appealing the County’s Valuation of Your Property: How to get Comparable Sales Data

Appealing the County’s Valuation of Your Property: How to get Comparable Sales Data

Has your property value gone up unfairly? How to appeal, where to get information, who to notify and what to do.

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