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Selma City Council passes $17.4 million budget for 2019

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During a special meeting called Wednesday, the Selma City Council passed a $17.4 million budget for Fiscal Year 2019. The budget passed with the support...

Wetumpka City Council okays sales tax increase

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The Wetumpka City Council approved an amendment to the current tax ordinance raising the sales tax by one percent during Monday's council meeting. By a vote of...

Alabama Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday weekend set for end of July

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If you want the most bang for your buck when it comes to back-to-school shopping, save the date and get ready to purchase supplies...

Here’s what the SCOTUS ruling that states can collect online sales...

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In a decision that will impact online shopping for all Alabamians, on Thursday the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a South Dakota law that required online...

US Supreme Court says online shoppers can be forced to pay...

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States will be able to force shoppers to pay sales tax when they make online purchases under a Supreme Court decision Thursday that will...

Wetumpka mulls sales tax increase, first in 20 years

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The Wetumpka City Council is mulling a sales tax increase Mayor Jerry Willis says the hike would be the first sales tax increase in more...

Daniel Sutter: Sales taxes and Alabama’s future economy

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Presidential tweets and a Supreme Court case have reignited the question of taxing internet sales. The Court in April heard arguments in South Dakota...

Donald Trump renews Twitter criticism of Amazon

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President Donald Trump is renewing his attacks on e-commerce giant Amazon, and he says the company is “doing great damage to tax paying retailers.” Trump...

Alabama’s back-to-school tax-free weekend set for Aug. 5-7

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Get ready Alabamians, the state will hold its11th annual back-to-school tax-free weekend Friday, Aug. 5-Sunday, Aug. 7. Ushering in the start of the new school year,...

Alabama ranked 8th lowest tax burden in the U.S., says study

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With less than a week remaining until Tax Day, Americans across the country are finding the current tax code too confusing to determine exactly how...

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