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    Santa Clarita Homeowners Face Higher Property Taxes

    Santa Clarita Valley resident’s property tax bill may increase more than the 2 percent anticipated this year.

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    Homeowners who saw lower tax bills during the recent decline in housing values may receive higher property tax bills as property values recover.

    Santa Clarita Assemblyman Scott Wilk's Bill Meets Progress

    Santa Clarita Assemblyman Scott Wilk’s Assembly Bill 2551, intended to increase fiscal transparency of local bond measures, passed the Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments committee with a 5-0 vote on Thursday.

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    Senator Knight's Bill Awaits Decision From Governor Brown

    A bill from state Sen. Steve Knight, R-Antelope Valley, regarding transparency and customer service on taxation is awaiting Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature.

    Editorial: Can’t Pay Your Taxes, Now What? By Michael Green

    By Michael Green, of Michael L. Green Tax and Financial
    Some of you are experiencing a certain amount of joy and accomplishment because April 15 
    is just around the corner and you have either filed your tax return or about to file your tax return and able to meet the April 15 tax deadline.


    George Runner Protests Franchise Tax Board Decision Affecting Stock Investors

    George Runner, member of the California Board of Equalization, is urging the Franchise Tax Board to reverse a controversial staff decision that will seek millions in retroactive taxes from California entrepreneurs and small businesses.

    Assemblyman Scott Wilk Pens Legislation To Freeze Tuition

    Local Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, has co-authored a bill proposing to freeze tuition for all students in public colleges and universities.

    If passed, Assembly Bill 67 would last seven years, in conjunction with how long Californians will be taxed because of Proposition 30.

    “It’s only fair to the taxpayers, and is a way to hold Sacramento accountable,” Wilk said.