Below is a message from the Industry Council for Tangible Assets pertaining to proposed sales tax regulations in Pennsylvania.
On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf introduced his 2015-16 proposed budget plan. To help pay for the budget, the governor would raise the sales tax from 6% to 6.6%, and he would greatly increase the number of services and items, including investment metal bullion and investment coins, that would no longer be tax exempt.
Since the governor's announcement, the Industry Council for Tangible Assets has launched a strategy to oppose the inclusion of investment metal bullion and investment coins in the items targeted by the governor's budget for sales tax exemption repeal.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR PENNSYLVANIA NUMISMATISTS TO CONTACT THEIR STATE REPRESENTATIVE AND STATE SENATOR.
If you don't know who they are, you can get their names and contact information at Find Your Legislator. Select By Address, By County, or By Map and the site will generate a report with a link to their contact information. Send the message to BOTH your state representative and your state senator.
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