DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is warning legislators that he won’t sign a tax cut bill next year unless they also use the budget surplus to provide an “equitable” funding increase for early childhood education. Read more →
With two weeks remaining in the 2015 session, DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is signaling a willingness to compromise with House Republicans on a tax bill. Read more →
Legislative leaders and Gov. Dayton must negotiate over taxes, transportation funding and a $1.9 billion surplus in their end-of-session budget talks. They also need to figure out where to negotiate. Read more →
The tax plan offered by Senate Democrats features direct tax cuts of about $200 million. The House Republican plan cuts taxes by $2 billion in the coming biennium and more in future years. Read more →
State Sen. Dave Senjem says Minnesota is among a few states that tax Social Security benefits. Read more →
Sales and cigarette taxes all came in lower than expected, though corporate taxes were higher than projected, Minnesota budget officials said. Read more →
Congress is looking closely at corporate mergers that could avoid U.S. taxes. Read more →
A bill that cuts taxes is headed to Gov. Dayton’s desk. The House passed it unanimously this afternoon, and the Senate followed with a 59-1 vote. Read more →
Revenue department officials say people who have been waiting to file their Minnesota taxes should now file their returns.
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With a $1.2 billion budget surplus to work with, DFL Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled a supplemental budget proposal today that calls for $616 million in tax cuts.
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