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Some Republican Gubernatorial Hopefuls in Arizona call for Elimination of State Income and Corporate Taxes – Governor Brewer is less than Supportive

By on Jul 23, 2014

Arizona governor Jan Brewer recently announced that she will not be running again in 2014 due to term limits. Arizona law prohibits governors from serving more than two consecutive four year terms. Brewer took over as governor in 2009, when former Governor Janet Napolitano left office to join the Obama administration as Secretary of Homeland Security. Subsequently,...

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When is a Sandwich a Sandwich? In the State of New York, It Matters.
Rick Mayer

When is a Sandwich a Sandwich? In the State of New York, It Matters.

By on Jul 8, 2014

In researching the subject of taxes across the country, you will find that state legislators can be very creative in finding new sources of tax revenue, and, so as not to miss a dime, will diligently enforce those that are already on the books. It seems that nothing is off limits or too bizarre, as all manner of regulations are in play from state to state. There are...

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Governor Christie Makes the Right Choice for New Jersey

By on Jul 1, 2014

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made the right decision last night, when he not only signed his fifth balanced budget but also vetoed over $1 billion in new tax increases that had been passed by the New Jersey legislature. Christie’s leadership is commendable, not only because it demonstrates a strong understanding of smart tax policy, but also because it sends a...

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New Jersey Needs $2.7 Billion to Balance Its Budget; Gov. Christie Vows He Won’t Increase Taxes to Do It

By on Jun 26, 2014

It’s crunch time in New Jersey. Republican Governor Chris Christie is facing a $2.7 billion budget shortfall over the next two years, and according to the state constitution, the Democrat-controlled legislature must have a spending bill passed and signed by the governor by June 30. The clock is ticking, but the governor and legislature are nowhere near an agreement...

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More than Ever, California Expatriates now live in Texas

By on Jun 11, 2014

It may not surprise you that according to the most recent US Census, released this year, seven of the top fifteen fastest-growing cities in the United States with populations over 50,000 are located within Texas. After all, this year Chief Executive Magazine once again named Texas the most business-friendly state in the union, an honor the Lone Star State has...

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