8345-R SAP Retail, Inc. v. Comm’r of Revenue
Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) says August revenue collections were $26 million lower than forecast, which could be attributed to a one-day lag in the state's accounting system.
8237-R, 8290-R, 8232-R, 8289-R, 8238-R, 8239-R, 8240-R, 8288-R, 8236-R, 8243-R, 8242-R, 8244-R, 8300-R, 8241-R, 8235-R, 8233-R, 8234-R, 8417-R Connexus Energy v. Comm’r of Revenue
The dispute in this matter is whether services performed by appellant to assist in the configuration of its proprietary software for use in the operations of intervenor were subject to Minnesota sales taxes. The Tax Court determined that the consulting services provided by appellant to intervenor were not among any of the services specifically ...
8428-R McCarty v. Comm’r of Revenue
That amounts to a $25.8 million increase in revenue for the May fiscal period, according to number released by Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) on Monday. In addition, year-to-date revenues are now $324 million above February’s forecast.
The Senate Tax Reform Division has passed its division report on a 5-3 party line vote. The bill reduces Minnesota’s sales tax rate to 6 percent and expands the sales tax base to more products and services.
The Democratic governor revised his budget plan for the 2014-2015 biennium after the February forecast cut the projected deficit from $1.1 billion to $627 million. Dayton said last week that he would eliminate a proposal to lower the sales tax rate and broaden the base to include some clothing and business-to-business services after an outcry from business groups.
According to the poll released Wednesday evening, 65 percent of Minnesotans support Gov. Mark Dayton’s plan to hike income taxes by 2 percent on the wealthiest 2 percent of Minnesotans. Only 30 percent polled opposed the move.
If his 2013 budget proposal is any indication, Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton intends to make history. The document landed on Tuesday, containing some of the most significant proposed tax overhauls and increases in Minnesota in decades.
In his first public appearance since the 2013 legislative session began, Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled his proposed budget for the upcoming biennium and immediately launched a vigorous defense of his proposal to generate more than $2 billion in new revenue through an historic overhaul of the state’s tax code.
8299 Sadowski v. Comm’r of Revenue
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