(The Center Square) - Waning stimulus funds and runaway inflation eating up family entertainment budgets led to a 20% reduction of total revenue for the Arkansas Lottery, according to the director's report.
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(The Center Square) – Lawmakers continued to raise concerns about the Internal Revenue Service at a Congressional hearing this week as the agency deals with billions in misspent dollars, hefty processing backlogs, and complaints over poor customer service.
From reducing income tax to lowering the sales tax on used cars, there are several pieces of tax legislation passed in 2021 that will take eff…
LITTLE ROCK – The legislature is scheduled to begin on December 7 a special session to consider reductions in individual and corporate income taxes.
The Arkansas Constitution says Extraordinary Sessions, often referred to as special sessions, can only be called by the Governor.
LITTLE ROCK – State government will collect more in tax revenue this year than previously estimated, according to a revised forecast by the De…
There are two big developments this week regarding our state’s economy.
Arkansas started a new fiscal year this week, and final reports for the previous year give us an optimistic outlook about the future of our economy.