Posted on 11 August 2016
The City of West Jordan is currently negotiating an Economic Development Area (EDA) in the Southwest corner of the city to attract a large technology company to build a number of data centers within that area. The area is called the Pioneer Technology District EDA. The deal is essentially a property tax break to the […]
Posted on 14 July 2016
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Taxpayers Association and Libertas Institute, represented by attorneys from the Center for Competitive Politics, have reached a mutually agreeable settlement with the state of Utah over a legal challenge to state law that, in effect, silences non-profit organizations from the constitutional right to participate in the political process. The […]
Posted on 16 November 2015
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.
Posted on 17 July 2015
The Utah Taxpayers Association has called upon the Salt Lake County Board of Equalization to abandon its proposed rule change to the county’s property tax appeals process.
Posted on 23 June 2015
The sales tax is one of the most easily understood yet often forgotten taxes. We all intuitively know that the final price we pay for something will be slightly higher than the sticker price. But did you know there are many different sales tax rates? Do you know how many of these different rates go into the final tax you pay and which rates apply to which purchases?
Posted on 15 April 2015
For Immediate Release April 14, 2015 Contact: Billy Hesterman 801-633-3663 Every April 15th, citizens and non-citizens, residents and US expatriates alike must file state and federal income tax returns in order to settle up with the government. With that realization comes the duty of fighting though the complex tax code to determine how much […]