Nebraska Tax News

“The Good Life” Improves for Nebraska’s Retirees and Disabled Persons

“The Good Life” is becoming more attractive to Nebraska retirees. The Nebraska legislature has recently approved limiting Social Security and military retirement taxation for Nebraska purposes for tax years beginning January 1, 2015. Iowa has had similar tax breaks for several years, and now Nebraska is becoming more competitive.

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Staying at Home with Nebraska’s Homestead Exemption

States often offer senior citizens, veterans and disabled taxpayers various tax savings opportunities. Nebraska tries to make home ownership more affordable for these taxpayers through the Homestead Exemption which reduces the real estate tax liability for qualifying taxpayers. The annual applications are accepted after February 1st and  before June 30th each year and affect the following year’s real estate tax liability. The eligibility qualifiers are

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My team is focused on four keys to growing Nebraska: developing our people, cutting red tape, controlling spending to cut taxes and promoting Nebraska. Nebraska's greatest resource is our people. We a... [...]
Tue, Sep 25, 2018
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Cutting state spending in order to reduce taxes is a common refrain in Nebraska. It actually was a key goal of mine when I ran for the Legislature in 2006. After eight years in the unicameral and ... [...]
Mon, Sep 24, 2018
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He said Nebraska's business climate has been boosted during his tenure as governor by a well-managed state budget and decreased taxes. Ricketts, a Republican, is nearing the end of a four-year ... [...]
Mon, Sep 24, 2018
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15 Accordingly, the Tax Court concluded that, for purposes of the statute in issue, “and” means “and.” In Stewart v. Nebraska Department of Revenue, the Nebraska Supreme Court held in favor of residen... [...]
Mon, Sep 24, 2018
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15 Accordingly, the Tax Court concluded that, for purposes of the statute in issue, “and” means “and.” In Stewart v. Nebraska Department of Revenue, the Nebraska Supreme Court held in favor of residen... [...]
Mon, Sep 24, 2018
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Meanwhile, a member of Open Sky's board points to "the hundreds of millions Nebraska spends annually through the tax code in the form of tax incentives, tax credits and other tax expenditures." [...]
Sun, Sep 23, 2018
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Cutting state spending in order to reduce taxes is a common refrain in Nebraska. It actually was a key goal of mine when I ran for the Legislature in 2006. After eight years in the Unicameral and serv... [...]
Sat, Sep 22, 2018
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Cutting state spending in order to reduce taxes is a common refrain in Nebraska. It actually was a key goal of mine when I ran for the Legislature in 2006. After eight years in the Unicameral and serv... [...]
Sat, Sep 22, 2018
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The different tax districts put an increasing burden on small businesses ... Thinking about running for political office in the state of Nebraska and undecided which party affiliation is best for you? ... [...]
Sat, Sep 22, 2018
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The different tax districts put an increasing burden on small businesses ... Thinking about running for political office in the state of Nebraska and undecided which party affiliation is best for you? ... [...]
Sat, Sep 22, 2018
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