Illinois Revises Fiscal 2003 Budget Estimate
- A pleasant surprise: mo' money. Mahon, Joe // Fedgazette;Jan2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p11
Reports the increase in the tax revenues of North Dakota in October 2003. Percentage increase of revenues compared to its forecast; Total revenues that came from individual income taxes; Rise in sales tax for the four months ended October 31, 2003.
- April's Taxing Question. Styring III, William // Indiana Business Magazine;Apr2000, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p48
Comments on the estimated tax revenues of Indiana. Inefficiency of the federal government in presenting tax revenue estimates; Statistics on the production of federal surpluses from state taxes; Importance of inventory property taxes in the promotion of small businesses; Need to improve policy...
- Commercial arena drives 14% increase in sales tax. Rutherford, Megan // Inside Tucson Business;10/27/97, Vol. 7 Issue 31, p1
Reports about the increase in the contracting sales tax revenues of Tucson city. Reason for the revenue increase according to Bill Maxwell of the city of Tucson Department of Finance's revenue division; Findings about contracting market; Percentage of sales tax increase for contracting from...
- TAX BURDEN ON WAGE EARNERS IN POSTWAR JAPANESE ECONOMIC GROWTH. Yamamura, Kozo // National Tax Journal;Mar66, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p58
This article outlines the changes in the magnitude and sources of tax revenue in order to obtain a perspective on the fiscal policy of post-1953 years and to evaluate the consequences of the policy on urban wage earners and on fiscal equity in Japan. The evidence examined in this paper suggests...
- Sorry state. // Crain's Cleveland Business;2/24/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p10
Discusses an estimated 700 million dollars budget gap in the fiscal year that ends June 30, 2003 in Ohio. Apprehensions among the Republic party members regarding a suggested increase in taxes; Incapability of the government to control the economy and its impact on tax revenues; Steps suggested...
- N.Y. legislature's revenue estimates reveal smaller bridge to cross on budget. Kruger, Daniel // Bond Buyer;03/05/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30344, p3
Reports on the results of the New York legislature's preliminary revenue estimates. Impact of the revenue estimates on the passage of the state's proposed budget by April 1998; Forecasts on the state's revenues; Potential for positive credit moves.
- New Mexico vexed by drop in gross-receipts tax revenue. Preston, Darrell // Bond Buyer;12/15/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30788, p4
Reports that a drop in gross-receipts tax revenues has created a financial bind for New Mexico and cities that use the tax. Prospect of many debt issuers across the state having to cut their budgets; Hiring freeze instituted by the city of Albuquerque to make up a revenue shortfall in its budget.
- Spending the Old-Fashioned Way. Scarry, Donald M. // Business News New Jersey;7/10/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p12
Editorial. Comments on the state budget of New Jersey for the fiscal year 2002. Optimism in revenue estimates for lottery and corporate tax revenues; Proposed budget for the teacher mentoring program; Legislation on tax rebate check.
- Will the Sales Tax Solve the Problem? Con. // Congressional Digest;Sep23, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p346
There is great uncertainty as to the form of a sales tax would finally take, as well as to the rate necessary to raise the required revenue. One of the best known advocates of the sales tax states that no one can estimate within a billion dollars what such a tax would produce. A tax upon gross...