To-Go Alcohol In Tennessee Remains, But With Added Tax

Of The Many Alcohol-Related Bills That Passed The Tennessee Legislature This Year And Were Signed By Gov. Bill Lee, One Maintains A Popular Pandemic Rule But Taxes Consumers For It.

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Taxpayers Want Less IRS, Not More

Even Though It’s Mid-May, It’s Tax Season (Filing Deadline Was May 17). And, Once Again, Millions Of Americans Found Themselves Going Through The Hassle Of Filling Out Their Tax Returns. Many Are Left Wondering If There Is A Better Way To File Taxes.

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Lee Signs Slew Of Bills, Including Tax Deals For Titans & Smokies

Tax Deals For The NFL’s Tennessee Titans And Minor League Baseball’s Tennessee Smokies Were Signed Into Law Last Week By Gov. Bill Lee. The Governor Also Signed Two Bills That Are Key Cogs In His Criminal Justice Reform Initiative.

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Tennessee Tax Revenue Collections Tops $2B In April, Continues At Record Pace

Tennessee Collected $2.5 Billion In Revenue During April, $1.3 Billion More Than In April 2020 And Nearly $600 Million More Than The Budgeted Estimate.

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Titans, Smokies Sales Tax Deals Pass Tennessee House

The Tennessee House Approved A Bill That Would Allow The Titans To Keep Sales Tax Revenue From Nissan Stadium & Future Developments Around The Stadium For Stadium Upgrades & Improvements. They Also Approved A Bill That Would Allow Additional Sales Tax Revenue Coming From New Smokies Stadium In Knoxville To Be Used To Pay Off Debt Related To Its Build.

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American Rescue Plan Gives States Money But Ties Their Hands

For State Governments, The Good News Is That The American Rescue Plan Recently Signed By President Joe Biden Will Inject $350 Billion Into Their Budgets. The Bad News Is That It Places Unwise And Possibly Unconstitutional Limitations On How States Can Use The Money.

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Tennessee Titans To Keep 50% Of East Bank Sales Tax Revenue Under Proposed Bill Amendment

A Tennessee Senate Subcommittee Has Thrown Its Support Behind Allowing The Tennessee Titans To Keep The Sales Tax On Purchases In Nissan Stadium And To Retain 50% Of Sales Tax Revenue From A Proposed East Bank Development On Its 130-Acre Plot.

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