Starbucks Giving Workers Raises, Stock Grants Due To Tax LawStarbucks is giving its U.S. workers pay raises and stock grants this year, citing recent changes to the tax law.
Reality Check: The State And Local Tax DeductionFor many Minnesota taxpayers, this tax bill is fraught with uncertainty.
How Will The GOP Tax Bill Affect Minnesotans?Certified financial planner Brian Vnak, with Wealth Enhancement Group, says people should be careful about just reading the headlines.
McCain Likely To Miss Tax Bill VoteRepublican Sen. John McCain is returning home to Arizona after being hospitalized for the side effects of his brain cancer treatment and likely will miss a crucial vote on the GOP tax package, President Donald Trump said Sunday.
Tax Bill Would Add $1.6 Trillion To DeficitThe 1,097-page bill would change the 35 percent rate on corporations to 21 percent, a crown jewel of the measure for many Republicans.
$1.4T Tax Overhaul Bill Passes SenateThe nearly $1.5 trillion bill is viewed as a major victory for President Donald Trump, and it's the largest tax overhaul in more than three decades.
Significant, Controversial Bills In Trouble At Legislative SessionMinnesota lawmakers are assembling the biggest spending bills of the year. Some are suddenly in trouble.
Dayton Says He'll Veto Tax Bill Containing Crucial TypoGov. Mark Dayton said Friday he will veto a recently-passed tax bill unless state lawmakers agree to his demands to call a special session on other issues. If the bill goes down, many popular items will go down with it.
Tax Bill Mistake Could Hit Vikings Suite Owners July 1A one-word mistake in a tax bill passed by the 2016 legislature could end up costing millions.
4 Things To Know: Controversial Tax Bill, Rock And Roll HOF, Sex In Movies & MoreFrom the House of Representatives preparing to vote on a controversial tax bill to the Rock of Roll Hall of Fame inductees announced, here's a look at the top stories for Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015.
Dayton Signs Bill Containing Tax Breaks, Mayo Expansion FixQuickly adopted tax legislation that provides breaks to tens of thousands of Minnesota taxpayers is now law. Gov. Mark Dayton signed the bill Saturday when it landed on his desk. Lawmakers gave it final approval late last week.
Dayton Signs Session's Biggest Money BillsGov. Mark Dayton has signed a trio of major bills that he says will help Minnesota's economic growth. The governor was surrounded by legislative Democrats on Tuesday as he signed the tax, budget and construction project bills without a single line-item veto.