Arkansas Senator Revives Tax-Cut Bill That Would Help Self-Storage
Arkansas Sen. Bobby Glover, D-Carlisle, has re-filed a tax-cut bill that failed to clear a House committee in 2007 but would repeal the sales tax levied on mini-warehouse and self-storage rental services. SB 2 would go into effect on Jan. 1, 2011. It states that the tax would be repealed if the state’s chief fiscal officer certifies after July 1, 2010, that net-general revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, exceeds the amount to fully fund the maximum allocations by at least $ 4 million.
- Australian Mobile Self-Storage Operator TaxiBox Expands into Brisbane Market
- Tax Considerations for 2015: Money-Saving Tips for Self-Storage Operations
- Minnesota Tax-Relief Bill Includes Repeal of Self-Storage Sales Tax
- Self-Storage Real Estate in the Southeast: Experts Discuss Operating Performance and the Affect of Capital Gains Taxes
- Guardian Storage Named 2014 Independent Business of the Year for Superior, CO
- Avoiding Data Breaches in Self-Storage: Simple Steps to Protect Your Sensitive Information
- American Self Storage Buys Bronx, NY, Property for $9M
- Web Application Illustorage to Provide Self-Storage Market Analysis
- Stop N Stor Opens New Self-Storage Facility in Port Wentworth, GA
- Misinformation About Self-Storage From Valet-Storage Company Makes Me Mad!