Amazon charging tax in Utah as of January 1st

PSA… If you are going to buy something big from Amazon, you may want to consider buying it before the beginning of next year. According to Fox 13, Amazon will begin charging sales tax in Utah as of January 1. While legally, residents were supposed to pay this tax independently, this change forces the tax …

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Don’t Raise Our Taxes! Raise the Park City Resorts’ Taxes.

You may have heard that Park City and Summit County governments are gung-ho about raising taxes related to “solving” transportation problems. We understand their passion. A few times each year, and on the occasional Saturday, traffic backs up from Sidewinder Drive to Summit Park. It must be solved… we guess. According to the Park Record, Park …

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There are Honest People in Summit County

During many Summit County Council meetings, the County Council approves changes to home values that are reflected in property tax requirements. For instance, a property owner may protest their home’s valuation. While it’s the Assesors job to review these, the County Council makes the final approval or denial. This week, there is interesting change. A …

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How Basin Rec’s Bond Could Lead To Requiring More Growth

Note: We are writing a series of articles on the Basin Rec Bond. We feel that that the “Pro-Bond” side is getting a lot of press and wanted to provide alternate points of view. In November, Snyderville Basin residents will vote on a $25 million bond for Basin Rec. If passed, this bond will pay for …

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Why is Large Basin Rec Bond Not Divided into Smaller Bonds?

Note: We are writing a series of articles on the Basin Rec Bond. We feel that that the “Pro-Bond” side is getting a lot of press and wanted to provide alternate points of view. In November, Snyderville Basin residents will vote on a $25 million bond for Basin Rec. Basin Rec says they will use the …

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