NEW PLATEAUS Eat the Rich
Are you mad at rich people? Do you respect them? The class warfare debate is as alive as ever, and an article in the New York Timesstirred the coals with this piece. It says that France's new Socialis... Posted on 8/8/12 at 12:20 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Beijing Means Business
Here's a picture book for your eyes and minds highlighting some illegal entrepreneurs, the business district of bustling Beijing and Walmart in China.
A common sight in Chinese cities are the... Posted on 7/14/12 at 9:03 AM
BESTFRIENDSND North Dakota Promotes Philanthropy Through Legislation
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North Dakotans can take advantage of state income tax credits that few others in the United States can. Since 2005, state residents have been able to participate in income... Posted on 6/6/12 at 9:11 AM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE NDSU Extension economist has some tax tips for producers.
Agricultural producers need to take a close look at some tax preparation items, says Ron Haugen, North Dakota State University Extension Service farm economist.
Items to note for 2011 income tax prep... Posted on 2/13/12 at 9:23 AM
HEALTH BEAT Debating the sin tax
I confess: I enjoy a snack of Cheetos from the company vending machine every so often. They're good right down to the last orange, salty, chemically enhanced crumbs in the bottom of the bag.
Would I ... Posted on 12/5/11 at 1:46 PM
GRAND FORKS — A big change in North Dakota’s education funding system aims to leave more money in taxpayer pockets, but fast-growing school districts such as Grand Forks Public Schools may feel a financial squeeze.
In his Feb. 9 column in the Forum, State Sen. George B. Sinner of Fargo is critical of efforts by legislators to lower corporate and oil taxes. I would like to share the Greater North Dakota Chamber’s perspective on some of the points made in his column.
BISMARCK — A Republican-backed measure aimed at closing loopholes enjoyed by oil companies in exchange for lower tax rates in North Dakota could hurt future funding for such things as schools and state employees, education and public worker groups lawmakers were told Tuesday.
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