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BUSINESS Taxpayers get another day to file after IRS computer glitch Every year the IRS processes more than 120 million tax returns that arrive by mid-April and spits back some $300 billion in refunds. Last year, about 90 percent of returns … Continued
“But raising taxes is the wrong solution to this problem. It is unconscionable that California, which has a record-high $130 billion General Fund budget with a $6 billion surplus, can’t provide clean drinking water to a million people using existing … Continued
The Inland Empire Taxpayers Association is already busy planning for the 2018 election cycle!
IETA Soundly Defeats Measure K in Victorville; Pulls Off Victory Against Measure J in Barstow; Enjoys a Landslide Win with Measure H in Perris “We are pleased that Victorville residents will be spared the additional burden of an increased sales tax, … Continued
“The Inland Empire Taxpayers Association (IETA) is also opposing the measure, with IETA president Chris Mann saying the organization believes higher taxes would hurt the financially-strapped community. “It just seems like there’s no end to state and local government … Continued
POLITIFACT CALIFORNIA By Chris Nichols on Monday, November 6th, 2017 at 5:13 p.m. California’s gasoline tax rose by 12 cents per gallon on Nov., 1, 2017. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli) Republican George Runner predicted in April that California’s gas tax … Continued
California’s gas tax increases Wednesday, and the political fallout is likely to spill over into 2018 elections By PATRICK MCGREEVY OCT 31, 2017 | 9:50 AM | SACRAMENTO A state gas tax increase of 12 cents per gallon kicks … Continued
The Inland Empire Taxpayers Association has committed $40,000 toward defeating ballot measures in Barstow and Victorville (J & K respectively) that would raise sales taxes in those cities. Signs going up now. Literature coming soon to a mailbox near you.
“But here’s an overlooked fact: Transit now serves about the same number of riders as it did in 1907, when the urban population was barely 15 percent of what it is today. Most urban regions, such as Southern California, are … Continued