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Report: Prop. 13 Saves California Taxpayers $2.4B Each Year

Report: Prop. 13 Saves California Taxpayers $2.4B Each Year

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square Homes in California’s Riverside County. Jacob Findlay / Shutterstock (The Center Square) – A report examining California’s local ballot measures that raised taxes found hundreds of initiatives passed over the past decade, costing taxpayers billions of dollars every year. Local taxes or tax increases require voter approval in California, […]

Split Roll: Taxes, Bureaucracy, Inflation

Split Roll: Taxes, Bureaucracy, Inflation

By Sheryl Hamlin The Ventura County Taxpayers Association hosted Rob Gutierrez from CalTax on Thursday October 3, 2019 to review the proposed Split Roll Proposal which has qualified for the 2020 ballot. Note that there have been two versions of this proposition. Here is a link to the proposition and a comparison of the two […]

$373.4 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Proposed In 2017 Legislative Session

$373.4 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Proposed In 2017 Legislative Session

CalTax Foundation: SACRAMENTO – California state lawmakers this year proposed $373.4 billion in higher annual taxes and fees, the nonpartisan California Tax Foundation reported today. “The $373.4 billion cumulative cost of proposals introduced in 2017 is the highest amount identified since we began publishing Tax Watch in 2015,” California Tax Foundation Director Robert Gutierrez said. […]