Q: I divorced my husband two years ago. He signed a quitclaim deed giving me the house. There is a loan on the home, but my name was never on the loan.
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Q: Two year ago, I relocated for my company and rented out my primary residence. My initial plan was for this to be temporary and to eventually move back into the property. However, my move is turning into a long-term assignment and I am planning on keeping the property as a rental.
Q: My mother put me on the deed to a house she purchased five years ago. Recently, she has decided that she wants to sell the house to buy a smaller house in a nearby town. The house has been her primary residence for the last five years, but not mine. I live three hours away.
Wisconsin progressives and moderates are saying President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” infrastructure agenda could bring 266,000 “good jobs” to Wisconsin. Conservatives are feeling squeamish at the price tag, and its included tax hikes on the wealthy and corporations.
Wisconsin Dells will use all of its COVID-19 federal stimulus money to help replace a nearly 23% loss in premier resort tax revenue the city experienced last year when tourism grinded to a halt due to the pandemic’s restrictions and safer-at-home orders.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House and congressional Democrats have agreed to a framework of options to pay for their huge, emerging social and environment bill, top Democrats said Thursday. Now they face the daunting task of narrowing the menu to tax possibilities they can pass to fund President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion plan.
President Joe Biden is getting ready to spend the autumn fighting for tax increases on the wealthy and corporations. Source by: Stringr
Besides spending federal recovery act funds, the 2022 Walworth County budget includes a tax levy increase of .52% from $60.781 million in 2021…
Evers in July vetoed a bipartisan bill to officially do away with the more than 170-year-old tax, which businesses pay on furnishings, tools and equipment.
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The Justice Department says the Treasury Department must provide a House committee former President Donald Trump's tax returns, apparently ending a long legal showdown over the records.
Sir Sean Connery wanted help with his taxes in exchange for backing the then-government's devolution campaign in 1997, a newly-published memo has revealed.
Most parents don't have to do anything to get the funds, but those who haven't filed tax returns or used the IRS's non-filer tool to receive stimulus checks must take action to get the payments.
The state Legislature passed a bill this session to eliminate the personal property tax affecting businesses and provided funding in the 2021-23 state budget to give municipalities money to make up for it. But with a stroke of his pen on Thursday, Gov. Tony Evers vetoed the bill that would have eliminated the archaic personal property tax.
The governor also announced plans to allocate an additional $100 million in federal funds to schools
The Senate voted 23-9, with Democratic Senate Minority Leader Janet Bewley, of Mason, and Sen. Brad Pfaff, D-Onalaska, joining with Republicans, in favor of the budget, which includes more than $3 billion in income and property tax cuts.
The Trump organization and Allen Weisselberg, the company’s longtime chief financial officer, are expected to be charged with tax-related crim…
The state Senate is expected to vote on the budget Wednesday, after which it will be sent to Evers, who can sign it, veto it in full or use his line-item veto power to make changes to the document.
John McAfee, the outlandish security software pioneer who tried to live life as a hedonistic outsider while running from a host of legal troub…
The budget committee last Thursday voted to set aside about $202 million in state funds over the biennium to backfill local jurisdictions for tax revenue that would be lost by eliminating the tax.