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WalletHub: R.I.’s tax burden 10th highest in nation

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island residents have the 10th-highest tax burden in the nation, according to WalletHub.  The personal finance website based in Washington, D.C., compared...

WalletHub: R.I. ranks 13th-highest in nation for property taxes

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s property tax rate was found to be the 13th-highest in the nation for the second straight year, according to a...

Senate leadership seeks statewide property tax relief 

PROVIDENCE – Among the priorities for Senate leaders in the 2024 legislative session that begins on Jan. 2. is simplifying the property tax exemption...
MAYOR BRETT P. SMILEY signed the fiscal year $583 million budget Monday, four days after it cleared the City Council. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Providence mayor signs $583M fiscal year 2024 budget

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Brett P. Smiley on Monday signed a $583 million fiscal year 2024 city budget, four days after it was approved by...
Brett P. Smiley

Providence’s tax proposal is responsible and necessary

Inflation and increased costs, the likelihood of a recession and pandemic-era federal funds drying up are just some of the challenges facing Providence and...

East Providence secures state approval to delay property tax revaluations

EAST PROVIDENCE – Property owners will be temporarily spared from rising property costs under a decision to delay the triennial property revaluation, the city...
A NEW REPORT commissioned by the R.I. Department of Revenue says the state could gain $18.5 million per year in general revenue from iGaming. This image shows a free money mobile slot game offered through Bally's Twin River Lincoln Casino. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.

Does the owner of Rhode Island’s two casinos deserve to have...

Bally’s Corp., owner of Rhode Island's two casinos, is suing Lincoln and Tiverton to get their property taxes reduced due to COVID-19-related revenue losses. The...

WalletHub: R.I. has 8th-highest tax burden in U.S.

PROVIDENCE – As the April 18 Tax Day looms, a new study finds Rhode Island residents have the eighth-highest tax burden in the nation...

R.I. Senate approves bill authorizing municipal property tax breaks for senior...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island residents ages 60 and older could get a break on their property taxes in exchange for volunteering for their city...
THE DEADLINE TO PAY 2017 state and local taxes that will be deductible on 2017 federal taxes is Dec. 31. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE

Short time left to prepay property tax and still deduct from...

PROVIDENCE – With the calendar year drawing to a close, many residents across the nation are seeking to pay property taxes by Dec. 31...
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