BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The state's new debt collection office won't be trying to recover dollars from two dozen non-governmental organizations that received tax money from lawmakers and didn't file financial reports with the state.
Almost a half a million Louisiana taxpayers who owe the state money may get a break. Louisiana Revenue Secretary Tim Barfield announced today his department is sending notices to 443,000 taxpayers beginning this week to notify them that they may be eligible for a tax amnesty program...
As La. Republicans and Democrats continue to discuss whether to get rid of the state income tax, just how much would it cost to make that happen, if it were phased-out over a ten-year period, like La. Gov. Bobby Jindal wants?
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