A group of U.S. House members said Congress should not pass corporate tax breaks unless it also expands tax credits for families.
The Ohio Supreme Court put the brakes on the state's Board of Tax Appeals' decision to collect more than a half-million dollars in taxes from NASCAR for broadcasting the organization's races in the state.
A supplemental state budget request released recently by Governor Mark Gordon highlights continued state savings and proposes an extension to Wyoming's property tax relief program.
While Pennsylvania lawmakers debate whether to legalize recreational marijuana, its neighbors have started to greenlight it.
Colorado voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure on Tuesday that slashes the state income tax rate from 4.55 percent down to 4.40 percent.
Colorado's Taxpayer's Bill of Rights is the "gold standard" for state tax policy, a new report argues.
Utah voters will decide on election day whether to increase the amount of money the state Legislature can spend during an emergency special session.
Proponents of an initiative on the November ballot to lower the state income tax rate by less than 1 percent say the measure will allow Coloradans to keep more of their money.
When families began receiving expanded Child Tax Credit payments during the pandemic, the extra family income lifted almost four-million children out of poverty, but when the payments stopped, child poverty increased by more than 40 percent.
The Oklahoma Tax Commission said Wednesday in a decision that the McGirt decision does not exempt members of Oklahoma's tribes from paying state income taxes.