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Tax Relief in Iowa

Iowa MapIowa residents tend to rank towards the middle of state averages across a number of measurements related to taxes. For example, Iowans’ typically pay approximately $1400 per person in property taxes, ranking the state 18th overall.

Iowa’s state and local individual taxes also put the state in 18th place, with an average tax of $963 collected for every resident. Iowa ranks 39th with respect to federal taxes, averaging well below the national average with $8650 in taxes owed by a typical Iowan.

However, Iowa has experienced a decline of nearly 5% in median household incomes in recent years. This overall decline, in conjunction with individual circumstances of job loss, medical expenses, and overextended credit can lead Iowans to become delinquent in payment of their tax obligations. Unfortunately, for some people, when their tax bills come due on April 15th, they have no savings in reserve to pay those bills; living from one paycheck to the next in order to meet basic needs of shelter, food, clothing, and transportation has left them with nothing to set aside for taxes.

As the pressure mounts, they continue to struggle with making ends meet, and their tax debt still goes unpaid; Iowans in these circumstances may then experience the stress of wage garnishment or seizure of assets as state and federal tax collection agencies force the payment of taxes in those ways. Many state residents are unaware of tax relief strategies available to help them manage their financial challenges related to tax debt.

Tax relief companies are often useful in helping Iowans solve some of their most serious tax problems. These tax relief specialists work to analyze their clients’ tax obligations and in many circumstances they can significantly reduce their tax debt. Tax relief companies have a range of tools at their disposal, such as investigation of tax liens and levies, audit representation, and negotiating penalty abatement.

 

Hubbell got tax credits on homes in Iowa, Arizona at same time, records show

Tax records in Arizona show that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell received a homeowner tax credit there at the same time he claimed a homestead tax exemption in Iowa. The Arizona tax be...

Published:  Fri, 14 Sep 2018 17:27:00 GMT



Trump seized on Iowa student's slaying to push immigration agenda, but will it help the GOP this fall

Iowa, the discovery of her body and the arrest of 24-year-old Cristhian Bahena Rivera came at almost the same time as the conviction of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on eigh...

Published:  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 12:55:00 GMT



Hubbell got property tax credit on homes in Iowa and Arizona at same time

The Cedar Rapids Gazette reports tax records in Arizona show Democratic candidate for governor Fred Hubbell was fined six-hundred dollars after his home in Scottsdale was improperly classified as his ...

Published:  Sun, 16 Sep 2018 16:13:00 GMT



Waterloo City Council OKs tax incentives for dental clinic expansion

Tax rebates are smaller in city industrial parks ... A preconstruction agreement with the Iowa Department of Transportation for an asphalt overlay on U.S. Highway 63 from Donald Street north ...

Published:  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 14:21:00 GMT



LETTER: Iowa can't afford Fred Hubbell as governor

Reynolds' tax cuts. For hard-working Iowans, every single dollar counts. I can't afford Fred Hubbell in office, and neither can Iowa. - Roger Pinkley, Sergeant Bluff, Iowa

Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 22:00:00 GMT



2 Congressmen In Iowa Decide Whether To Embrace Trump

And we have massive tax cuts. MASTERS: Trump's visit came as the president's trade war with China was just heating up. China has been one of Iowa's leading markets for soybeans. With commodity prices ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 02:00:00 GMT



Cedar Rapids To Raise Property Taxes To Fund Flood Protection

The tax increases will cover the majority of the city's local contribution ... So far the Cedar Rapids has secured $117 from the Army Corps of Engineers, $267 million from the Iowa Flood Mitigation Bo...

Published:  Tue, 11 Sep 2018 21:02:00 GMT



We're getting ready to poll voters in Iowa's 1st Congressional District.

Iowa relies on global trade, and a trade war could be a problem ... Free Trade agreement (Nafta), President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum, and the tax bill. We also asked if they felt the pres...

Published:  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 07:49:00 GMT



Letters: Ann Freerks has a vision for the future of Iowa City

If you keep cutting taxes when the bills are due ... I believe that's the kind of person we need representing us in Des Moines. -Julie Eisele, Iowa City 5G wireless connectivity will transform life an...

Published:  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 07:30:00 GMT



FACT CHECK: Reynolds attacks Hubbell in TV ad for Iowa Power Fund

The Iowa Power Fund pledged $3.2 million to the project ... The project also received another $5 million in other state grants and $3.5 million in state tax credits. That funding was unassociated with ...

Published:  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 14:48:00 GMT



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