If Congress does not end the battle over the so-called “fiscal cliff,” Minnesotans could pay thousands of dollars in higher taxes by January. That’s according to a new Tax Foundation study, coming just six weeks before the budget must be fixed – or else.
The Minnesota State Fair might be over, but the state is still fighting to collect a specific parking tax.
Minnesota’s tax man is making it easier to pay by credit or debit card, saying a new payment system that goes online July 1 will be convenient for taxpayers.
Some Republican lawmakers at Minnesota’s Capitol have found tax increases they could support. They’re proposing new taxes on the Minnesota Vikings and their fans to pay for the $1 billion stadium proposal moving at the Capitol.
A group calling itself Main Street Fairness Coalition wants the Minnesota State legislature to immediately approve a bill this session that would force internet retailers to charge their customers local or state sales taxes.
Minnesota’s taconite plants will get a smaller tax rebate than they were expecting.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he’s confident Wisconsin and Minnesota will have a new tax reciprocity agreement in the next two months.
Republican Tim Pawlenty was set to propose an economic policy Tuesday that would simplify individual tax rates to just three options and cut taxes on business by more than half as he offered himself as a replacement to Barack Obama in the Democratic president’s hometown.
After vetoing the entire Republican agenda, Gov. Mark Dayton has distinguished himself as one of the most veto-happy governors Minnesota has ever had.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue has completed a study on how much money potential taxes would bring in for a new Vikings stadium.
By Jason DeRusha, WCCO-TV MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – On tax day, we’re reminded of all the money we spend on state and local taxes every year, but we don’t get a receipt. So what does our […]
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has sent a letter asking his Wisconsin counterpart to honor a $58.7 million debt stemming from an old tax-reciprocity agreement.
A Minnesota filmmaker charged with theft for allegedly mishandling tax incentives to lure movie makers to Iowa has pleaded guilty.