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NC 2004 Tax Tour Comes to Iredell
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NC 2004 Tax Tour Comes to Iredell

The Spring 2004 Tax Tour came to Iredell on April 26, 2004, and twenty-six CSE members attended this important event. (photos below)

04/29/2004
Stokes County CSE Holds April Meeting
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Stokes County CSE Holds April Meeting

On April 26, 2004, thirty CSE activists convened for the Stokes County CSE Meeting. The meeting was held at 12 noon; pictures follow.

04/29/2004
State tax reform issues remain unresolved
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State tax reform issues remain unresolved

BY CHARLES E. BEGGS

SALEM, Ore. - Whether a special legislative session on tax reform set for June will have any reforms to consider remained up in the air Thursday. The Joint Tax Reform Committee, facing a deadline just a month away, weighed details of a wide-ranging menu of plans but reached no consensus on any of them. The panel set another meeting for May 11. The 2003 Legislature created the committee and directed it to draft recommended legislation by May 31. A special session is to convene in the first week of June to consider any proposals.

04/29/2004
Stock Option Expensing
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Stock Option Expensing

There has been an ongoing discussion, and at times a heated debate, regarding the proper accounting treatment for employee stock options granted by American companies. The attached paper is one of the most interesting discussions we have found on the subject addressing this important topic. The white paper is authored by Kip Hagopian, a friend of many years of Jack Kemp and our chairman, Floyd Kvamme. For those interested in a thorough discussion of the issues at hand, we would highly recommend this paper to you. We have also posted a condensed version but suggest the full paper if your time permits.

04/28/2004
Stokes CSE Featured in the News
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Stokes CSE Featured in the News

This article appeared in the Stokes News on April 22, 2004. Great work, Stokes County CSE!

04/28/2004
Wilkes County CSE Holds Meeting
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Wilkes County CSE Holds Meeting

On April 26, 2004, thirty CSE members gathered for the Wilkes Co. CSE Meeting. Johnny Alexander is the Chairman of Wilkes Co. CSE, and John Hood of the John Locke Foundation and State Representative Tracy Walker were our special guests.At the meeting, Wilkes Co. CSE discussed the business climate in North Carolina, and determined that the state is over-taxed and over-regulated. As such, government handouts and other targeted incentives are not the way to go to attract new industry. Instead, CSE is going to fight to make North Carolina more competitive across the board by lower taxes and streamlining government regulations.

04/28/2004
Stokes CSE Featured in the News
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Stokes CSE Featured in the News

This article appeared in the Stokes News on April 22, 2004. Great work, Stokes County CSE!

04/28/2004
Wilkes County CSE Holds Meeting
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Wilkes County CSE Holds Meeting

On April 26, 2004, thirty CSE members gathered for the Wilkes Co. CSE Meeting. Johnny Alexander is the Chairman of Wilkes Co. CSE, and John Hood of the John Locke Foundation and State Representative Tracy Walker were our special guests.At the meeting, Wilkes Co. CSE discussed the business climate in North Carolina, and determined that the state is over-taxed and over-regulated. As such, government handouts and other targeted incentives are not the way to go to attract new industry. Instead, CSE is going to fight to make North Carolina more competitive across the board by lower taxes and streamlining government regulations.

04/28/2004
Tax foes will act if lawmakers fail
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Tax foes will act if lawmakers fail

BY BRAD CAIN

Anti-tax advocates say they will increase their efforts to enact a tight new state spending limit if the Legislature’s planned special session about tax reform in June doesn’t produce reforms. “It’s our No. 1 priority,” said Russ Walker of Citizens for a Sound Economy, which led the effort to defeat the Legislature’s $800 million tax increase in February. A joint legislative committee that has been looking at various tax proposals for months will meet Thursday, but members of the panel have been unable to reach agreements.

04/28/2004
NC CSE Fights to Prevent Property Tax Increases
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NC CSE Fights to Prevent Property Tax Increases

This editorial appeared in the Yadkin Ripple on April 22, 2004.

04/26/2004

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