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Could a soda tax be coming to Massachusetts?

This summer the city council in Philadelphia passed a measure approving a 1.5 cent per ounce tax increase on beverages with added sweeteners. Last week, voters passed ballot measures in three California communities adding a penny per ounce by overwhelming majorities. Boulder had the closest contest, but instead will raise the levy by two cents per ounce.

Why is the Department of Revenue auditing your tax return?

The Massachusetts Department of Revenue works closely with the IRS. The information sharing between federal and state or within state agencies is frequently a trigger. This means what seemed like a problem related to the classification of workers could be something much larger when the state and federal tax implications are layered on.

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