Over at Forbes they have uncovered some important tax guidance — a few weeks after it was published, sure, but who reads the tax advisories? The news: e-books are not subject to tax in New York State!
Here’s how the state reached its conclusion:
Petitioner’s e-books are not tangible and do not include Read More
State G.O.P. chairman Ed Cox sent out a statement this afternoon knocking Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for her “no” vote yesterday on extending the Bush-era tax cuts.
“In aligning herself with the radical left wing in the Senate, Gillibrand has demonstrated clearly that she is out of touch with the needs of New Yorkers already buckling Read More
Congresswoman-elect Nan Hayworth said today that she opposes the proposed tax deal because of the additional spending measures that have been added.
“At this point I’d be inclined to vote against it, but bear in mind that this bill has not been fully debated in the House yet,” Hayworth told The Observer this morning.
Hayworth’s Read More
After AG candidate Sean Coffey said at a debate that he supported a property tax cap, he was slammed by his fellow Democrats for supporting a “George Bush”-like economic policy.
Today at a campaign event in Syracuse, Coffey reiterated his support for the tax cap, saying, “I am the only candidate for Attorney General Read More