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Decisions Posted to the website in May and June 2016

The following decisions were posted to the website in May and June 2016. 

The decisions below were issued in February 2016:

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The decisions below were issued in March 2016:

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Published 07-01-2016 | Permanent link to this news item
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New tax laws featured in June Tax Update newsletter

Read about Idaho's new tax laws in the June 2016 edition of Tax Update — the Tax Commission's online newsletter for the business community.  The newsletter also features articles about our Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) system, successors’ liability, identity verification, and updated income tax withholding tables. 

Published 06-28-2016 | Permanent link to this news item
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Estimate your property taxes at tax.idaho.gov

BOISE, IDAHO — June 6, 2016 — Residents in 23 Idaho counties can estimate their 2016 property taxes by visiting the Idaho State Tax Commission’s website at tax.idaho.gov. The “Quick Picks” section on the home page links to a calculator that allows taxpayers to estimate what they will owe. (Read more)

Published 06-06-2016 | Permanent link to this news item
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Decision posted to the website in May 2016

The following decisions were posted to the website in May 2016. The decisions were issued in January 2016.


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Published 06-01-2016 | Permanent link to this news item
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Pocatello man ordered to file delinquent tax returns

BOISE, IDAHO — May 24, 2016 — A Pocatello man has until May 27 to file delinquent Idaho income tax returns for three years in which his documented income totaled more than $124,000. (Read more)

Published 05-24-2016 | Permanent link to this news item
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Meridian couple ordered to file delinquent tax returns

BOISE, IDAHO — May 10, 2016 — A Meridian couple has until May 13 to file delinquent Idaho income tax returns for three years in which their documented income totaled more than $170,000.

Craig and Jennifer Hoyt were ordered to file returns for 2011-2013 by Fourth District Court Judge Steven Hippler. Court records show that the couple had income of at least $41,370 in 2011, $61,591 in 2012, and $67,709 in 2013.

“We take court action only as a last resort to get people to comply with the law,” said Idaho State Tax Commission Chairman Ken A. Roberts. “In fairness to the majority of taxpayers who file tax returns voluntarily, it’s our job to follow up with those who don’t file.”  

The Tax Commission is represented in this case by Deputy Attorney General Nathan Nielson.

 

Published 05-10-2016 | Permanent link to this news item
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