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Montana Cell Phone Taxes Lower Than All but Three States, Study Shows

Taxes on cell phones are higher than nearly all other goods, but, according to the Tax Foundation, Montanans pay the fourth lowest cell phone tax rates in the country. Tax Foundation spokesman Joe Henchman explains the new study.

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Missoula County Mobile Home Sale to Begin Wednesday Morning

Up to 180 mobile homes will be up for sale Wednesday if residents refuse to pay their taxes.

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2015 Missoula Budget Hikes Property Taxes by 2.8 Percent, Fees by 3 Percent

The city of Missoula has passed its fiscal year 2015 budget and Chief Administrative officer Bruce Bender says nearly two-thirds of that budget will go towards one type of expenditure.

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Ravalli County Commissioners Vote 3-2 to Raise Taxes

In a three to two decision, the all-republican county commissionership of Ravalli County has voted to raise taxes.

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Data Shows Missoula Property Taxes “Significantly Higher” Than Other Montana Cities

New numbers by the Montana Taxpayers Association show that one city in the state taxes its citizen's property far more than the rest.

"According to our information which we gather from the data that cities and counties send into us, Missoula has the highest mill levy at about 241 mills," said Montana Taxpayer Association President Rob Story

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Missoula City Tax History: an Explanation by City Councilman Adam Hertz

If you are a tax payer in Missoula, you undoubtedly know that taxes have gone up over the past ten years, but did you know they've shot up by 84 percent?

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Missoula Mayor’s Budget is “Bloated” with “Handouts to Special Interests,” says City Councilman

On Wednesday, April 23, Missoula Mayor John Engen revealed his proposed budget for the city. The plan involves a 3.92 percent tax increase and a new tax district to fund police, firefighters and the courts, but not everyone is pleased with the plan.

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Tax Day Tribute and Requests to Uncle Sam [VIDEO]

Well, it's April 15th, Tax Day! 

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How Should Missoula Pay for Public Safety Improvements: Districts or Levies?

Tonight, March 24, the Missoula City Council will vote on whether or not it should go ahead with a $7.9 million public safety financing district to help fund, in part, improvements at the Missoula Police Department. There are few voices saying the improvements aren't needed, however, there is significant controversy over how to get the money.

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Tax Study Ranks Montana as One of the Best States For Business

According to a new report by the Tax Foundation, Montana ranked better than nearly all U.S. States when it came to providing a healthy business tax climate.

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