BUSINESS OWNERS INVITED TO FREE SALES AND USE TAX WORKSHOP THURSDAY

Business owners are invited to basic sales and use tax workshop in Joshua Tree Thursday, April 19, sponsored by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration. Participants will gain an understanding of sales and use taxes, district tax, taxable and non-taxable labor, as well as foreign and interstate taxability.

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CALIFORNIA’S TAX BURDEN

Tax returns are due Tuesday, and Californians’ taxes are high but not, it turns out, the highest in the land. That’s the conclusion of a personal-finance website called Wallet-Hub which recently released a report ranking the states based on the size of their state and local taxes. At the top

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TAX RALLY SUNDAY IN YUCCA VALLEY

The Morongo Basin Democratic Club will hold a tax rally Sunday, April 15, at the corner of Old Woman Springs Road and Highway 62. The rally will be held from noon to 2 p.m.

PROPERTY TAX 2ND INSTALLMENT DEADLINE TOMORROW

Have you made your property tax payment yet? Managing editor Tami Roleff says time’s running out… Tuesday, April 10, is the last day to pay the second installment of property taxes to avoid a penalty. You can pay your property tax in any of several ways: In person, by mail,

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PROPERTY TAXES DUE TUESDAY

Have you made your property tax payment yet? Managing editor Tami Roleff says time’s running out…

Tuesday, April 10, is the last day to pay the second installment of property taxes to avoid a penalty. You can pay your property tax in any of several ways: In person, by mail,

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REP. COOK VOTES FOR TAX REFORM

Rep. Paul Cook joined fellow Republicans this week in voting for the final version of HR1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which passed the House of Representatives 227-203.

Cook explained his vote by saying that the new law will provide crucial tax relief for middle-class and low-income Americans. “Despite

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A REMINDER ABOUT YOUR COUNTY PROPERTY TAXES

San Bernardino County tax collectors are issuing a reminder that Monday, December 11, is the last day to pay the first installment of property taxes to avoid a 10 percent penalty. Here’s reporter Andrew Dieleman with information on how you can make those payments on time…

The first installment of

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LOW-INCOME SENIORS, DISABLED, MAY APPLY TO POSTPONE PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS

The state of California is once again allowing some residents to postpone paying their property taxes. Reporter Rebecca Havely says if you are low-income or disabled, you may be eligible…

There is help available if you can’t afford your property taxes. If you are at least 62 years old, or

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