Labor Day was created in the 1880s to celebrate “the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.” Yet, in addition to contributing to the United States economy, workers...
Tourism Taxes: Car Rentals, Lodging, Meals
Taxation of Online Travel Services: Lawsuits Generally Not Succeeding In Effort to Expand Hotel TaxesBy Joseph Henchman May 09, 2012
- By Joseph Henchman, Alex Raut, Kevin Duncan March 01, 2012
The Role of Congress in State Tax Legislation: Ensuring that State Taxation Does Not Do Harm to the National Economy (Testimony Before the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts, Commercial, and Administrative Law)By Joseph Henchman May 25, 2011
Rhode Island Governor Proposes Tax Hikes on Sales, Tobacco, Lodging, Vehicle License Fees, Kitchen SinkBy Scott Drenkard February 01, 2012
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