Mohammad Abdelkader Abusbeih Charged After Investigators Seize More Than $2,000 In Untaxed Tobacco Products From His Smoke ShopAccording to a release, he was also unable to produce invoices for the tobacco products that were confiscated and “did not appeal the seizure of them.”
How Do Assessors Determine The Value Of A Home?“When a property owner does call us, one thing he has to be aware of is when we do the review, the value may go up,” says Rosario.
Loss In Trust Account Tax Case Could Cost Minnesota MillionsA court defeat in a case over the way Minnesota taxed trust accounts in other states could end up costing about $130 million this budget cycle.
Reality Check: The Data On Sunday Liquor Sales In MinnesotaMinnesota state revenue officials can now officially say whether or not the end of the Prohibition-era Sunday liquor sales ban was a financial success.
Ramsey Man Charged With Multiple Felony Tax CrimesA Ramsey man has been charged by the Anoka County Attorney's Office with six felony counts each of failing to file individual income tax returns and failing to pay individual taxes.
Authorities: Afton Man, Business Charged With Evading More than $918K In Sales TaxAn Afton man has been charged with 42 tax-related felonies and one gross misdemeanor for allegedly evading more than $918,000 in sales tax by filing false tax returns, according to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.
Restauranteur Thom Pham Faces 38 Counts Of Tax FraudProsecutors have charged a well-known Twin Cities restaurant owner with the same crimes he has been accused of in the past.
Minnesota Tax Bill Heads To House FloorA GOP-sponsored bill aligning Minnesota's tax code to sweeping federal changes will head to the House floor for a vote.
Credit For Military Service In A Combat ZoneThe Credit for Military Service in a Combat Zone for service in 2013 will expire for most qualifying service members on Oct. 16, 2017.
Minn. Revenue Commissioner: Budget Cuts Could Mean Tax Return DelaysMinnesota's top tax official says deep cuts to state budgets could result in months-long delays to tax returns next year.
Enbridge Energy Tax Appeal Could Cost Northern Counties MillionsSome northern Minnesota counties could end up paying millions of dollars to Enbridge Energy if the company is successful in its tax appeal.