Most online sales in Arizona will be subject to state sales taxes after the Legislature and governor approved a plan to require online retailers who do more than $200,000 in sales in Arizona to collect the tax. That threshold will go down in subsequent years. This comes after a ruling last year from the U.S. Supreme Court,[ … ]
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Ten members of the U.S. House of Representatives made an official trip to Mexico on Friday. They met with high-ranking officials to discuss the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Free Trade Agreement, known as USMCA, or NAFTA 2.O. The legislators’ goal was to learn how Mexico is preparing for the trade agreement. “This is not about the U.S. enforcing[ … ]
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Pinal County officials are looking into the possibility of developing a tech corridor. County supervisors have recently allocated resources to study the idea. To talk more about this, The Show reached out to Tim Kanavel, Pinal County’s economic development manager.
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STEVE GOLDSTEIN: The overall U.S. economy continues to be in a strong place, with seemingly healthy job growth and unemployment numbers. Arizona is one of the states leading the pack when it comes to a continuing expansion of positive economic news. How healthy is Arizona’s economy? How long could the good times last? With me to talk about[ … ]
Phoenix has the lowest taxpayer debt burden among the ten most populous American cities, according to a new report released Tuesday morning. The data come from the group Truth in Accounting, whose report still gives Phoenix a “D” grade.
The U.S. Census Bureau says, in 2017, Arizona’s exports totaled nearly $21 billion. Of that, $7.5 billion was with Mexico, followed by Canada, China and the United Kingdom. But there is now economic uncertainty with three of those countries: Mexico, China and the United Kingdom.
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Conventional wisdom is technology can make us more efficient. Dishwashers save us time in front of the sink and algorithms can help us quickly find a compatible mate and help employers weed out unqualified applicants. But our next guest isn’t so sure that the latest and greatest tech is making us more efficient. Edward Tenner[ … ]
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Women around the world continue, in most cases, to be paid less than their male counterparts and have fewer options for career advancement. But progress has been made and momentum seemed to be building. However, the latest “Glass Ceiling Index” released by the economist says any movement forward has been stalled with the exception of[ … ]
Arizona lawmakers have a medical dilemma trying to provide medical care in the nation’s fifth fastest growing state and a rapidly aging population. Right now, private insurance policies only provide some patients remote access to doctors for a limited number of services. A bill in the Arizona Legislature would expand coverage, requiring companies to insure[ … ]
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The Arizona Court of Appeals said GOP lawmakers cannot stop local governments from requiring private employers give their workers more benefits than state law mandates. The case deals with a law passed in the wake of voters approving a higher state minimum wage, which also requires paid personal leave for employees.