Tax amnesty program nets $6.6 million, squares 3,100 de inquent businesses

August 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);8/25/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 34, pP20
The article focuses on the business tax amnesty program in Nevada. It states that more than 3,100 businesses in the region have paid $6.6 million in delinquent taxes, $4.6 million of which goes to the general fund of the state and the rest being sent to local governments. This amnesty program was proposed by Governor Jim Gibbons in May 2008 to increase revenue while cutting down only a small portion of the deficit.


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