Month: December 2019
Are the billions Texas lawmakers committed for schools and lower property taxes sustainable?
2019 may have been the perfect year for lawmakers to pass an ambitious and expensive school finance reform and property tax reduction plan. Now Texas politicians face questions about whether doing so — without raising taxes elsewhere — will be sustainable in less auspicious times.Read More
For Texas aerospace sector, New Year will bring a new tax break
If proponents of the Texas aerospace sector need extra reason for cheer this holiday season, an imminent multimillion-dollar tax break could provide itRead More
Business Personal Property Tax Reform Considered by Senate Finance Committee
Tuesday’s Senate Finance Committee interim hearing, led by State Sen. Jane Nelson (R-Flower Mound), brought with it the reemergence of a familiar topic: property taxes.Read More