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A tax on pacemakers and other medical devices made in Minnesota may be going away. Since January there’s been a 2.3 percent tax on medical device sales with the revenues earmarked to help pay for the new national health care reform law.
Gov. Mark Dayton went on the road Wednesday to sell his tax and spending proposals in Duluth, meeting a mostly friendly audience but also finding critics for his plan to raise taxes on the wealthy and smokers and his support for expanded background checks for guns.
Speaker of the House Paul Thissen talks with Chad about a possible temporary tax on those making $500,000.
The IRS anticipates 75 percent of federal filers will get refunds in 2013. The average last year was slightly more than $2,800.
As Gov. Mark Dayton hit the road Wednesday to sell his budget proposal, Senate Democrats offered the framework of a plan that would spend more than the governor recommended for all-day kindergarten programs and would substitute state money for some locally approved education levies.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue says problems have been addressed with electronic tax filing services that caused delayed state tax returns for some people.
They are group coupon sites that deliver steep discounts. Millions of users visit web sites like Groupon or Living Social to cash in on daily deals. But when you go to redeem that coupon, you might want to look twice at what you’re paying in taxes.
Avoid the most common tax mistakes to get a faster refund.
Most tax filers are getting a refund after they file their 2012 return. With the average refund running about $3,000, a lot of people will be thinking about what to do with the extra cash.
The Internal Revenue Service has a message for taxpayers eager to learn the status of their tax refund: Please don’t check the IRS website every five minutes — once a day is enough.
Experts recommend using some type of guidance to navigate forms and maximize your returns.
Gov. Mark Dayton told hundreds of state business leaders on Wednesday he’s not backing down from a plan to raise taxes on high income Minnesotans.
Gov. Mark Dayton has told Minnesota business leaders to expect his revised budget plan to call for $1.8 billion in new state taxes, largely by raising rates on the highest earners.
Minnesota retailers are hoping Gov. Mark Dayton will reconsider the part of his budget plan that would tax some pieces of clothing.