April 15 is Tax Day, the busiest day of the year for the folks up at the Montana Department of Revenue. According to communications director Molly Peterson, fewer Montanans are waiting till the last minute to file this year.
A recent report by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse placed Montana just one spot from the bottom of all states for wages. It’s hard news for Montanans to hear, but Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research Director Patrick Barkey says it’s nothing new...
Employers, third-party representatives, and payroll service providers can now upload W-2 and 1099 files and submit individual MW-3 annual wage withholding tax reconciliation forms online through Taxpayer Access Point or TAP, the Montana Department of Revenue announced today.
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.