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  1. Data released by the state’s tourism office shows that in 2017, 43.9 million tourists spent the most money in a single year in the state's history.

  2. The Trump administration has weakened a donor disclosure rule for tax-exempt groups, possibly letting more foreign cash into U.S. politics — and complicating the confirmation of a new IRS commissioner.

  3. The measure would double the city’s annual homelessness budget and aims to raise around $300 million from a 0.5 percent gross receipts tax on businesses taking in more than $50 million in annual revenue.

  4. If approved, the agreement would require the DOR to evaluate the state’s tax breaks to businesses, which are estimated to total billions of dollars annually. They include the controversial ...

  5. A national lobbying group representing retail clinics and urgent care companies have joined Massachusetts business groups to oppose a proposed 8.75 percent tax on assessed charges on walk-in clinics.

  6. The states of New York, Connecticut, Maryland and New Jersey have filed suit against the federal government, challenging the constitutionality of the tax overhaul.

  7. NEW DELHI: US retail giant Walmart has assured the Indian income tax department that it will fulfil all tax obligations on its proposed USD 16 billion Flipkart buyout, an official ...

  8. The reporting change will apply to returns for taxable years ending on or after Dec. 31.

  9. Duke Energy Carolinas has decided not to appeal a regulatory ruling that eviscerated its request for an 11.6% rate hike. Commercial and industrial rates will drop, but residential rates will rise slightly.

  10. Tax reform, also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, moves the United States toward a hybrid territorial system.

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