San Jose Shoppers Fear Sticker Shock After Sales Tax IncreaseSan Jose's sales tax jumped from 8.75 percent to 9 percent Saturday and shoppers are bracing for sticker shock.
U.S. Secretary Anthony Foxx Weighs In On Proposed Sales Tax To Fund BART ExpansionTo fund the BART expansion to Santa Clara County, a half-cent sales tax has been proposed. Without its passage, the project would be derailed.
California Lawmakers Approve Eliminating Sales Tax On DiapersCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown will decide whether to eliminate the sales tax on children's diapers through 2022.
San Jose Voters Back Sales Tax, Reject Easing Medical Marijuana Rules Voters in San Jose backed a sales tax to fund city services, but rejected easing regulations on the city’s medical marijuana dispensaries.
South Bay Voters Fed Up With Potholes Show Support For Sales Tax Increase; $6B NeededA new survey says more than two-thirds of likely Santa Clara County voters would support a sales tax increase to pay for over $6 billion in transit and road upgrades for the county.
States Move To Clamp Down On Tax Collection By Online RetailersFed up with inaction by Congress, several states are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to collecting tax on the sales of online goods.
No Joke: April 1st Brings Double Digit Sales Tax To Several East Bay TownsBuy something in Hayward and you're going to get whacked with a 10% sales tax. Take a few steps outside the city limits and the tax is a half cent cheaper.
Tax Measures Being Considered For The November Ballot In San JoseCity leaders are considering a sales tax increase, or possibly increasing the tax for marijuana shops, as a way to increase revenues.
ConsumerWatch: State Warns Californians To Pay Overlooked 'Use Tax' A lot of Californians got a surprise in the mail as 2013 came to a close. The state has been sending out hundreds of thousands of letters to residents telling them there’s a good chance they probably owe “Use Tax” and will have to pay it when they file their 2013 state tax return.
Marin Voters Approve Most Measures, Hospital BondsVoters in Marin County approved nine of 10 measures on the November ballot, including four sales tax measures and a $394 million bond issue for new construction and improvements to Marin General Hospital, according to unofficial final results.
Antioch Voters Approve Half-Cent Sales Tax To Fight Crime, BlightVoters appear to have overwhelmingly approved a half-cent sales tax that is expected to bring in more than $4.3 million annually and help Antioch out of its current financial crisis, according to unofficial election results.
More Than A Dozen Bay Area Towns Begin Paying Higer Sales TaxDepending on where you shop and what type of purchase you plan to make in the near future, you may feel the impact on your wallet - or not.