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Court Rules On Homestead Exemption

(Carson City, NV) — The Nevada Supreme Court says a debtor can’t claim a homestead exemption unless he or she lives in the home. In a unanimous decision, Justices ruled David Nilsson could not claim […]


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Online Retailers To Start Collecting Sales Tax

Starting next month, Nevadans will have to pay sales taxes when buying on


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Nevada Lowering Unemployment Tax

Nevada businesses will be saving some money next year.


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Dems Pull Tax Plan After Heated Debate

A debate over education funding turned bitter on the Nevada Senate floor when Democrats accused Republicans of not wanting to compromise on taxes and the GOP minority leader chastised the majority for failed leadership.


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Admissions Tax Bill Future Questionable

Democratic Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick says the goal behind her admissions tax proposal is to make existing law fair.


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Lawmakers Propose State Entertainment Tax

Live entertainment in Nevada, from brothels to concerts, would be taxed under a bill scheduled to be introduced tomorrow.


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Lawmaker Debate Mining Tax Cap

Consequences of removing constitutional tax measures for the mining industry was the focus of lengthy debate before an Assembly panel, with the mining industry saying it would reduce their tax burden and legislative lawyers saying otherwise.


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Nevada Dems To Unveil Tax Plan This Week

Senate Majority Leader Mo Denis says Democrats are putting the final touches on their plan to tweak Nevada’s tax structure to bring in more money for education and other services.


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Nevada Cities Seek Service Tax Study

Nevada cities say it might be time for the state to consider imposing a tax on services.


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Senate Panel Questions Tax Extensions

Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee are questioning why the state keeps extending taxes that are set to expire instead of just making them permanent.