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  • Tesla 'gigafactory' will 'change Nevada forever,' Gov. Sandoval says

    Tesla Motors' electric car battery plant will be worth $100 billion to the state of Nevada, according to the men who crafted the deal. Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and Tesla Chairman and Chief Executive Elon Musk said Thursday that the Palo Alto-based...
  • Obamacare plan premiums to decline on average in 16 cities: study

    (Reuters) - Health insurance premiums for low-cost Obamacare plans in 16 U.S. cities will fall slightly in 2015 as competition helps drives down price for the new subsidized individual health plans, according to a study Friday from the Kaiser Family...
  • Saving California's history, sweetened with a tax break

    Saving California's history, sweetened with a tax break
    A recently passed state bill designed to advance the preservation and renovation of historic buildings would offer a 20% state tax credit to developers restoring structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places or the California Register of...
  • IRS offers five easy ways to spot a tax-scam phone call

    Thieves and scammers will try every trick in the book to separate you from your money, and one of their more common tactics involves callers posing as representatives of an organization to which you may actually owe money: the Internal Revenue Service....
  • Commentary: Property tax split would drive business from state

    As the California Legislature adjourned for the year this past week, ominous clouds began to appear on the horizon, casting a shadow over the fiscal future of our state. Los Angeles joined San Francisco and more than 80 cities and school districts to...
  • Reporting tax fraud

    Reporting tax fraud
    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: On your radio program recently you discussed how to report tax fraud. I missed writing it down. I would like to report someone for income tax fraud. How do I do it? A: Does the tax fraud have to do with identity...
  • Small firms slow to embrace ACA business exchanges

    Unhappy with the choices her insurance broker was offering, Denver publishing company owner Rebecca Askew went to Colorado's small business health insurance exchange last fall. She found exactly what she'd been hoping for: affordable insurance options...
  • Gigadollars in tax breaks not enough lure new Tesla factory

    It was nice while it lasted. Not. California's desperate pursuit of Tesla's multibillion-dollar "gigafactory" appeared to come up empty Wednesday after CNBC reported that the manufacturer of pricey electric cars would build its new battery plant in...
  • Georgia, Louisiana May Benefit From End of North Carolina's Production Tax Credits in 2015

    The sun may be setting soon on North Carolina as a site for movie and TV production. But its loss will likely be Georgia's and Louisiana's gain. On Aug. 20, North Carolina lawmakers decided to replace the state's current incentive program -- which is...
  • New Rauner property tax ad aimed at suburban voters

    New Rauner property tax ad aimed at suburban voters
    For the second time in a month, Bruce Rauner has gone on the airwaves to attack Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn by highlighting one of the most controversial issues on the Republican challenger’s agenda: the idea of freezing local property taxes without...
  • Stern Advice: Fall means it's time to hit the (tax) books

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - When everyone else starts loading their backpacks and shopping the back-to-school sales, I know it is time for me to dive back into TurboTax. That's because fall is the perfect time to plan my approach to the tax forms I won't...