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Property tax deadline looms amid coronavirus fallout

Property tax deadline looms amid coronavirus fallout

San Mateo County officials told this news organization on March 30 that they had decided to push back the due date until around May 4, but most Bay Area counties are sticking to the April 10 deadline.
April is the start of the tax year. How will the changes affect me?

April is the start of the tax year. How will the changes affect me?

From inheritance tax to junior Isas, the UK government is making adjustments Traditionally, the beginning of a new tax year brings changes to taxes, benefits and the cost of some essentials – and
Coronavirus: Gov. Newsom joins property tax relief fray

Coronavirus: Gov. Newsom joins property tax relief fray

County tax collectors throughout the Bay Area want to keep the April 10 deadline for property taxes in place, but pressure has mounted to push back the payment date because numerous residential and
Letter: Higher taxes may hit small businesses just like COVID-19 has

Letter: Higher taxes may hit small businesses just like COVID-19 has

What if voters had voted for the Prop. 13 exclusion for businesses in 2019 instead of 2020?
Retail association to press government to include more casuals in jobkeeper payment

Retail association to press government to include more casuals in jobkeeper payment

Exclusion of casuals with less than 12 months’ service to be raised in talks on Coalition’s coronavirus measures after concerns voiced Follow the Australia coronavirus blog for live news and
Letter: Can property tax deadlines be delayed given crisis?

Letter: Can property tax deadlines be delayed given crisis?

There is an as yet untouched opportunity for California to ease the burden of its citizens in this crisis time.
Can I get a refund on stamp duty, which I've paid twice?

Can I get a refund on stamp duty, which I've paid twice?

My wife and I have split up and I agreed to buy out her half of the flat we bought together Q In September 2017 my wife and I bought a flat in joint names as our permanent home and paid stamp duty. We
Self-employed in the UK? Here are the chancellor's new measures to help

Self-employed in the UK? Here are the chancellor's new measures to help

Rishi Sunak boosts safety net but workers criticise measures as not going far enough in coronavirus crisisCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe chancellor, Rishi Sunak, said
Coronavirus: California property taxes are still due April 10 despite virus panic

Coronavirus: California property taxes are still due April 10 despite virus panic

Tax collectors in California, including those that handle property tax payments in the nine-county Bay Area and adjacent regions, say residential and commercial property owners must still make their
Council tax reform would help 'level up' north of England

Council tax reform would help 'level up' north of England

Bills could fall by 20% if system mirrored house price growth over past 30 years, says IFSMore than 10m households would benefit from lower council tax bills if the government reformed the “arbitrary
Council tax reform would help 'level up' north of England

Council tax reform would help 'level up' north of England

Bills could fall by 20% if system mirrored house price growth over past 30 years, says IFSMore than 10m households would benefit from lower council tax bills if the government reformed the “arbitrary
Budget boost for government's tax-free childcare scheme

Budget boost for government's tax-free childcare scheme

System to use cashless payment apps like ParentPay, used by 3 million peopleGood news for (some) parents: measures to make it easier for people with school-age children to access the government’s
Budget boost for government's tax-free childcare scheme

Budget boost for government's tax-free childcare scheme

System to use cashless payment apps like ParentPay, used by 3 million peopleGood news for (some) parents: measures to make it easier for people with school-age children to access the government’s

Australian Tax Office to Warn Investors Over Crypto Misreporting

Up to 350,000 Australians will be contacted by regulators soon to remind them of their obligations when trading in digital assets like bitcoin.
New report connects Trump organization with the largest tax fraud case in New York City history

New report connects Trump organization with the largest tax fraud case in New York City history

The Trump Organization, not unlike the Trump administration, is rife with stories of corruption and grift, incompetence due to the cutting of corners, and general crapulence. ProPublica and New York
Entrepreneurs' relief tax break slashed by 90% in Sunak's budget

Entrepreneurs' relief tax break slashed by 90% in Sunak's budget

Chancellor significantly scales back controversial policy but stops short of scrapping itBudget – latest updatesSpend, spend, spend budget is tough for Labour to attackEntrepreneurs’ relief, a tax

UK to levy additional tax on big tech companies beginning April 1st

The UK's two percent tax on large, multinational tech companies goes into effect on April 1st. As much as big tech companies in the US may object, this is not an April Fools' Day joke. Unsurprisingly,
Rich Australians paying about $960m a year less tax than they should be, ATO says

Rich Australians paying about $960m a year less tax than they should be, ATO says

Australian Taxation Office works to claw back money and says it is reducing the ‘tax gap’ in the high-wealth groupRich Australians and their businesses are paying about $960m a year less tax than they
Boris Johnson's Budget: Chancellor Announces 12 Billion Coronavirus Giveaway

Boris Johnson's Budget: Chancellor Announces 12 Billion Coronavirus Giveaway

The UK govt will attempt to mitigate the economic, social, and business impacts of the coronavirus outbreak with tax cuts and new spending.
Budget 2020 checklist: what to expect from the chancellor

Budget 2020 checklist: what to expect from the chancellor

How the chancellor can offset the worst affects of the coronavirus fallout, from motoring to welfare, pensions to BrexitHow will the budget support the government’s plan to protect the economy from