Minnesota Department Of Revenue
Tardy taxpayers won’t see their Minnesota late fees rise in 2013. The Department of Revenue says that the interest rate on delinquent taxes will remain at 3 percent next year.
A former Minnesota high school principal is accused of stealing more than $37,000 that was supposed to go to his school’s baseball team.
Special interest groups can spend the money to say almost whatever they want in a campaign commercial. And that’s what the liberal-leaning Alliance for a Better Minnesota does.
Minnesota’s revenue is doing better than expected in the new budget year after August tax collections beat expectations.
Minnesota’s tax collectors are waiving their deadlines for northeastern Minnesota businesses affected by flooding.
Anyone who has sat in traffic on I-94 headed north on a Friday knows that Minnesota’s cabin culture is the real deal. But how many Minnesotans actually own cabins?
Robert Leo Thompson was charged with 21 felony counts for failure to remit tax returns and failure to pay taxes owed to the state. His wife, Susan Thompson, has been charged with eight felony counts for failure to remit tax returns or payments.
President Barack Obama is proposing higher taxes for millionaires to help pay for a jobs program. In Minnesota, it’s a tax hike that could hit thousands of millionaires.
A former auditor with the Minnesota Department of Revenue has been sentenced to 60 months in prison for creating false tax refunds and keeping the proceeds.
Wisconsin has settled an old tax-reciprocity debt owed to Minnesota.
When you join a health club, and it shuts down, you don’t have to keep paying your monthly fee. But when the state of Minnesota shuts down, we keep paying our income and sales taxes. Why?
R. Carter McComb was charged Thursday with three felony counts of failure to file taxes, three felony counts of failure to pay taxes and is currently in the Hennepin County Jail on $250,000 bail.
The proposal to build a new Minnesota Vikings stadium in Ramsey County is running into stiff opposition from elected officials in its largest city.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue is reeling back 14,000 electronic tax refunds after it discovered that they were inadvertently sent out twice.
Minnesota lawmakers could solve the state’s projected $6.2 billion budget deficit in one fell swoop, but it would require the politically unpopular step of eliminating all exemptions to the state sales tax.