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Pandemic Disruption Waylays NYC Property Tax Reform Project

When New York began shutting down for the coronavirus public health emergency in March, one of the first municipal policy events scuttled was the opening session of public hearings on an advisory panel’s recommendations to reform the city’s controversial property tax system. Almost five months later, prospects have fizzled for making major changes to the city’s property tax system any time soon.

Trump's New Trade War: Digital Taxes Explained

Will the next trade war be over digital taxation? This video explains how digital taxes work and whether the international community can find a solution to this growing global rift over how to tax the digital economy.

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