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Tax Relief in South Dakota

The residents of South Dakota are in a better position when it comes to personal taxes, as compared to the rest of the country. South Dakota does not levy an individual State tax and it is one of the only seven states to do so. Personal and property taxes, together, are the local taxes which fund governmental units, including schools systems and the municipalities of South Dakota. Both types of taxes are not collected or used by South Dakota's revenue department, however, the department does assess the property of large companies.

Falling prey to a decrease in the median household income, along with the rest of the country, the figures reached a value of $48,947 in 2013 (latest figures available). This drop was from $49,064 the year before that. Looking at these figures, it is understandable that some South Dakotans may be experiencing financial issues such as tax debt. Compounding the issue are the factors such as unemployment, low minimum wages, and recessions, and several may be searching for tax relief programs in their State.

The past few years have seen an exponential growth in the industry of tax debt relief to help individuals and families. The multitude of companies joining this race is only increasing. The reason for this is that tax relief companies employ various strategies to help their clients with their tax debts. Among the tools used are negotiated penalty abatement, audit representation and reconsideration, and tax return amendment and review. Owing the IRS and other state tax authorities is not only stressful but may eventually lead to seizure of your assets and bank accounts. Residents that have fallen into tax delinquency and debt can avail themselves of the services of such companies. These firms will help them minimize or eliminate their debt in a limited amount of time, in lieu of shelling out cash year after year to the tax authorities.


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Tax Relief In The News

Homeowners can now enjoy 15pc tax relief

The tax relief at 15 per cent of gross emoluments will be extended to Kenyans aspiring to buy homes under the scheme, but will not exceed Sh108,000 per year. The amendment to the Income Tax Act, signe...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:58:00 GMT

Uhuru signs law on tax relief for low-cost housing beneficiaries

President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday signed into law a Bill creating a 15 per cent tax relief for Kenyans buying houses under the Affordable Housing Scheme. The President signed an amendment to the Inco...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:28:00 GMT

David Watt: Claiming tax relief for museums and galleries need not be too taxing

In the context of ongoing uncertainty around cultural funding, the launch of a tax relief for museums and galleries is welcome news. A tax relief will never replace funding, and specifications and lim...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 22:17:00 GMT

Beneficiaries of affordable housing scheme to get 15pc tax relief

President Kenyatta approved amendments to VAT Act to effect zero rating of ordinary bread, copra, linseeds and mustard seeds President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law a Bill creating a 15 percent t...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 06:49:00 GMT

7th Pay Commission: How to claim tax relief for arrears

New Delhi, July 17: With the 7th Pay Commission recommendations being implemented, government employees are paid arrears of salaries and allowances with a retrospective effect. For the financial year ...

Published:  Tue, 17 Jul 2018 00:18:00 GMT

Low-income Detroiters can apply for tax relief, foreclosure prevention

DETROIT, MI - Detroit is taking steps to ensure more low-income homeowners can stay in their homes by inviting them to apply for tax relief and allowing people to buy back houses in foreclosure. As of ...

Published:  Tue, 10 Jul 2018 18:54:00 GMT

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