This bill increases the income thresholds necessary to qualify for two of Utah’s Property Tax Relief programs.
At a time when people are making cuts to their own budget, the state government needs to strongly consider giving back excess revenue to the people it took it from.
In the end, we do more than just encourage legislators to pass a variety of good policies. Libertas Institute also serves as a watchdog for legislation that will negatively impact the rights and lives of Utahns
A number of changes and reductions to tax burden of Utahns made it through the Legislature in 2022, but what were they?
During this discussion, Senator Lincoln Fillmore sponsored Senate Concurrent Resolution 7, which contains a much-needed message of caution — don’t assume spikes in revenues continue indefinitely. In addition to calling on local...
This bill would allow homeowners, over the age of 75, with an income of less than $65,000 a year, to apply to forgo the payment of property tax until the sale of their home or a transfer of ownership takes place.