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Income Tax Filing For Louisiana Taxpayers Begins January 31

The department says that electronic filing of tax returns is the fastest way to get your refund.

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Money 7, iStock
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Council Shoots Down New Iberia Tax Proposal

Curry says the city has a revenue problem, not a spending problem.

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Money 7, iStock
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January Vote Set On Tax Issue For Work At Walker High

Early plans include new classrooms, an upgraded technology center and new science labs.

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Money 7, iStock
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Chamber Says Lafayette Only Parish To End Tax Rebate

The tax rebate in Lafayette has been in place since the 1960s.

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Lafayette Parish School Board/KPEL Staff Photo
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School Tax Plan Likely Won’t Come Until Next Year For Lafayette Board

An agenda item to issue a public notice of a possible tax election in the early part of 2014 did not get a second motion of support from the board.

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Lafayette Parish School Supt. Pat Cooper photo by KPEL
Lafayette Parish School Supt. Pat Cooper photo by KPEL
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Pat Cooper – Not Your Father’s School System

I'm not for charters I'm for doing what's best for the Lafayette school system.

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Hundred Dollar Bill, KPEL Photo
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Several Tax Measures Pass In Acadia Parish

A 10 year five-mill property tax for the city of Rayne was approved by 83 percent of voters.

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St. John Voters Approve Tax For Sheriff’s Office

Starting salary for deputies in St. John is about $24,800 per year. The pay jumps to about $35,700 for a deputy on patrol with the proper credentials.

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voting (Photo by Logan Mock-Bunting/Getty Images)
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Louisiana Early Voting Starts Today

Tax proposals and one Congressional seat are on the ballots.

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Property Tax For East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office Up For Renewal

Sheriff Sid Gautreaux says the tax was first passed in 1994 at the same rate.

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Lafayette Parish Residents To Receive Tax Break

The Lafayette City Parish Council voted to suspend the collection of the 0.94-mill Public Health Unit tax for property owners this year.

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Taxpayers Who Owe Louisiana Get A Break

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 t

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