Written by Joseph M. Callahan, Esq.
This is my first blog post. As the title suggests, it’s intended to deal with all things taxes (with occasional digressions into other matters) from the perspective of a New York Tax Attorney. 122 more words
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland Senate panel has voted for some rolled back versions of Gov. Larry Hogan’s tax relief proposals, while rejecting others.
The panel on Friday approved a scaled-back version of the governor’s reduction in the personal property tax. 109 more words
Finance Minister Joe Oliver today introduced legislation in the House of Commons to implement the Harper Government’s latest tax relief and benefits for hard-working families. 320 more words
At present an individual can pay up to £40,000 a year into a pension fund and obtain tax relief until 75, subject to having sufficient relevant earnings against which to set the contributions. 367 more words
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne today unveiled improved incentives for the film, TV and videogame business as he delivered his final budget before the country’s general election May 7. 133 more words