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Tax Relief in Utah

Utah MapTax debt has become a living and breathing problem in the country, necessitating the need for tax relief. The business of offering tax relief to residents has boomed in the past five years. With passing time, more and more firms become a part of it. To offer tax relief, a company may use a variety of methods. These include audit representation, negotiated penalty abatement and reconsideration, and tax return amendment and review.

There are two types of taxes levied by the local government: personal income and property tax. When paid by residents and nonresidents of a state, this money goes to ensure that schools and other municipality systems keep running. Personal income tax is actually based on an individualís wage or salary. Some states, as if Texas, South Dakota and Tennessee do not collect this tax, at least on the state level. While others like the state of Utah, have a personal income tax in place. The residents of Utah pay a tax at a flat rate of 5 percent. Before 2008, however, there used to be multiple brackets for this tax category.

Exempted from paying the income tax are residents earning $2,850 for single filers while for joint filing, the amount is $5,700. This amount is determined by multiplying the amount of federal exemption by 75 percent, each year. There are bases of exemption and ways to claim tax credits, as well. Tax delinquency is an offense that may lead to serious consequences. Penalties include 10% of the unpaid tax, 15% for intentionally disregarding rules applying to taxes, 50% for intentionally evading the tax, 100% for fraud, and a $50 penalty for failure to file per return.

Furthermore, there is a Warrant for Delinquent Taxes, also called the state tax lien, that dictates that your personal property can be sold to satisfy your tax debt. Realizing the seriousness of this issue leads us back to employing the services of a tax relief firm. Such firms will aid you so that you end up paying off your debt in the duration set between you and the said firm.

 

Gehrke: This is why Utah needs to tax things like cosmetic surgeries and landscaping, just not newspaper subscriptions or surgeries

Back in 2008, I was interviewing then-Gov. Jon Huntsman when he caused a bit of a stir. Fresh off a years-long process to flatten the income tax, the governor now was setting his sights on expanding w...

Published:  Thu, 10 Jan 2019 05:17:00 GMT



Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's plan to cut sales tax comes with a price

SALT LAKE CITY - New details, including a hefty price tag, emerged Monday about Gov. Gary Herbert's plan to give Utahns a $200 million sales tax cut and reduce the state rate while expanding the base ...

Published:  Wed, 09 Jan 2019 17:30:00 GMT



Governor pitches plan to tax more services, cut overall rate

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Utah Gov. Gary Herbert pitched his plan of adding new sales taxes while cutting the overall rate to a taxpayers' group on Monday, foreshadowing an issue that could be contentious ...

Published:  Mon, 07 Jan 2019 13:10:00 GMT



Wyoming lodging tax proposal moves ahead

CHEYENNE - Tax reform - not tax increases - is a priority for Republican ... behind neighboring states like Montana, Idaho, Utah, Colorado and even South Dakota. "There is room to grow our tourism," s...

Published:  Thu, 17 Jan 2019 10:50:00 GMT



You could see a tax cut this year, but more things in Utah will likely be taxed

SALT LAKE CITY - Utah Governor Gary Herbert wants a $200 million tax cut, but legislative leaders aren't necessarily sure where it would be. At a speech Monday morning to the Utah Taxpayers ...

Published:  Mon, 07 Jan 2019 12:16:00 GMT



Audit: Utah driver's license division illegally shares data

The agencies include the Utah Tax Commission, Office of State Debt Collection, Utah Population Database (at the University of Utah), Lieutenant Governor's Office (which oversees election data), Utah D...

Published:  Wed, 16 Jan 2019 18:53:00 GMT



State lawmaker makes case for income tax cuts over Herbert's proposed sales tax reduction

We just have a problem of where it's coming from," Quinn, R-Heber City, said during a legislative session preview hosted by the Utah Taxpayers Association. In other words, the state's sales tax is no ...

Published:  Mon, 07 Jan 2019 16:10:00 GMT



Opinion brief: Do something bold with sales tax - 2%

Auto and truck sales provide an enormous amount of tax revenue for state and local governments in Utah. Without sales tax from vehicle sales, many government budgets would be in trouble. So what's goi...

Published:  Mon, 14 Jan 2019 01:14:00 GMT



Canopy Plans Big Expansion, To Double Workforce In Utah

Lehi, Utah-based enterprise software developer Canopy, which develops cloud-based software used for practice management by tax and accounting professionals, says it has big growth plans in Utah, with ...

Published:  Thu, 17 Jan 2019 10:21:00 GMT



In our opinion: Utah lawmakers need to make sales tax reform a priority

Ski resorts in Utah don't have to pay sales tax on the electricity they buy to operate lifts. Amusement and water parks, however, do. That's just one example of how a sales tax exemption can favor one ...

Published:  Fri, 11 Jan 2019 09:16:00 GMT



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