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Duluth accountant Danielle Buchberger of Eikill and Schilling served on Gov. Tim Pawlenty's 21st Century Tax Reform Commission that recommends eliminating the state corporate income tax and making other tax changes designed to spur business growth. The panel recommends paying for the changes by expanding the state sales tax and by raising the cigarette tax. Staff photo by Scott Wente

Plan expands sales tax to cut corporate tax

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota should eliminate its corporate income tax and make other changes to spur business growth, a governor-appointed panel recommended.

The just-completed recommendations could struggle to become law, however, as they are paid for with a controversial sales tax expansion and a cigarette tax hike.

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