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Property tax rates overall are anticipated to increase 2.96% in 2023.
The city's final budget is due in October.
"This is the fifth consecutive quarter that North Dakota has seen double-digit growth in taxable sales and purchases," North Dakota Tax Commissioner Brian Kroshus said via press release. "This growth shows that the state’s economy has been consistently growing since the second quarter of 2021.”
Let's not let good income tax reform be defeated by more bad property tax policy.
Minnesota is among a group of states that have not conformed their codes to a federal law exempting student loan debt forgiveness from taxes. Changing that has bipartisan backing, but any action will likely have to wait until January when lawmakers return to the capitol in St. Paul for the regular session.
Cartoonist Trygve Olson comments on recent proposals to cut taxes in North Dakota.

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Tax Commissioner Brian Kroshus, and state Rep. Craig Headland, join this episode of Plain Talk to make their case for the plan.
The mantra may be good politics — the usual partisan drones will pick it up and repeat it without bothering to examine or think about the proposal itself — but it's not honest.
The director of financial aid and scholarships at Minnesota State University Moorhead outlined who is eligible for student loan forgiveness following President Biden's announcement Wednesday, Aug. 24.

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