Raimondo eyes state incentives for tangible tax reduction

PROVIDENCE – The tangible tax paid by Rhode Island businesses on furniture, equipment and machinery is among the many levies extracted by local governments. The tax on personal property requires businesses, or their accountants, to keep track of the contents of offices and manufacturing plants and determine what is obsolete or in good working condition.…

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