As the final days of 2023 draw near, it appears increasingly unlikely that Congress will have the capacity to pass any year-end tax legislation. With 2024 being an election year and provisions...
Missouri law requires every county assessor (and the St. Louis City Assessor) to reassess the value of each property within their jurisdiction during the spring of every odd-numbered year.
Many Missouri property owners have discovered that their property values have increased – at least according to their county assessors.
Holland & Knight
In this episode of "Counsel That Cares," healthcare policy attorney Lisa Hawke and healthcare attorney Jesse Neil continue a discussion on renewed scrutiny of tax-exempt hospitals.
Kohrman Jackson & Krantz
In recent times, the U.S. office sector has experienced an unprecedented shift in supply and demand dynamics.
For the first time since 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly has altered the form of ballot question local governments must use to secure voter approval of general obligation (GO) bonds.
Thompson Coburn LLP
The Chicago City Council has approved a resolution (O2023-0004166) that will ask city voters to decide on whether to increase the city's transfer tax in a referendum in March 2024.
Cox, Castle & Nicholson
A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the Homelessness and Housing Solutions Tax (the "HHS Tax")/...
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing is a specialized form of financing, which enables commercial real property owners to fund energy-efficient improvements...
Pierce Atwood LLP
The Law Court recently cleaned up a tangle of legal precedent regarding the appropriate means for challenging a property tax assessment, explaining and harmonizing two hundred years of case law.
Thompson Coburn LLP
During his campaign, Johnson endorsed a "mansion tax" plan that was spearheaded by Bring Chicago Home, an activist group dedicated to fighting homelessness in Chicago.
To those CPAs and taxpayers who pulled all-nighters to get returns filed this past Monday, October 16, 2023, the IRS that same day channeled Emily Litella and said, "Never mind."
Goodwin Procter LLP
Massachusetts has passed a sweeping $1 billion tax relief package intended to boost the Commonwealth's affordability and competitiveness.
Parsons Behle & Latimer
This spring, Montana joined Idaho and Utah with the passage of Senate Bill 554, allowing for pass-through entities to expense state and local taxes...
Foley & Lardner
With the push to accelerate electric vehicle production in the U.S. comes concurrent acceleration of an electric vehicle charging network, as well as increasing speed of electric battery...
According to the Census Bureau, the U.S. homeownership rate has consistently hovered around 66% for some time, but this does not mean purchasing a home...
The October 31 deadline for payment of second half 2023 property taxes is fast approaching.
Holland & Knight
Florida Senate Bill 102, commonly referred to as the Live Local Act (the Act), provides that certain developments will be eligible for a 75 percent or 100 percent ad valorem tax exemption (also known as the "Missing Middle" Property Tax exemption), depending on the level of rent restriction for the units.
If you're a landowner in Massachusetts and you're looking to take advantage of the state's tax benefits for forest, agricultural and recreational land use...
Cades Schutte LLP
Hawai‘i's dire need for affordable housing is apparent to many. Few, however, know of one of the most successful incentives for creating affordable rental housing...