Articles With Keyword "Taxes"

One-Cent Renewal, Candidate Forums – Upcoming for Chamber

In less than four weeks, Sheridan County voters will have the opportunity to cast their votes for important offices and issues. For instance, on November 4, voters will be asked to vote for or against the renewal of the Optional One-Cent Sales Tax for another four years.
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Webinar Series for the Self-Employed

Wyoming Entrepreneur is offering an opportunity for self-employed business individuals to understand the most recent tax considerations affecting the self employed - presented in one-hour webinars at 2:00 pm MT on the first three Thursdays in February.
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Opportunities to Learn and Grow Our Community

As I sit in my office and look out the window at our beautiful view, I am struck by the thought of how lucky we are to have the opportunity to live and work in a place that offers such a strong sense of community along with so many opportunities that are not necessarily enjoyed by all rural areas.
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Business Updates from Washington

You may recall (but all of your employees may not) that employees were given a 2% payroll (FICA) tax cut in 2011 and extended through 2012. This cut will expire December 31, with no noticeable efforts in Congress to extend it further.
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Election Item: Renewal of City’s Lodging Tax

The Board of Directors of the Sheridan County Chamber supports the continuation of Sheridan's 4% lodging tax and urges you to vote YES for its renewal.
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Downtown Development Authority

Downtown Development Authority Last month Downtown Sheridan Association kicked off one of the newest projects in the continued improvements in our community - the creation of a business plan and campaign looking at the potential formation of our downtown area as a "downtown development authority."
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Extension of Payroll Tax Cut

President Obama will be signing an extension of the 2% payroll tax cut (Social Security tax) shortly, extending the employee's payroll tax cut to December 31, 2012.
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Wyoming Again the Best for Business, Tax-Wise

A just-released study by The Tax Foundation in Washington, D.C. has again ranked Wyoming FIRST in "tax-friendliness" to business. The tax index used in the analysis takes into account 118 variables in five major areas of taxation: business taxes, individual income taxes, sales taxes, unemployment insurance taxes, and property taxes. The top five "friendliest" states (in order) are: Wyoming, South Dakota, Nevada, Alaska, and Florida. New Jersey is in last place.
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Jobs: Tax and Regulatory Environment (part 2 of 5)

Guest Commentary by Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey ... The four questions asked by employers looking to expand or relocate: What is your tax and regulatory environment like? Can I hire the kind of people I need? What is your quality of life like? How soon can I get started?
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Wyoming Tops State Economic Index

Wyoming, South Dakota and Michigan outperformed the rest of the United States in the third quarter of 2011, according to a Bloomberg measure of economic health.
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