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New year brings new state tax rules

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation recently issued an announcement summarizing the tax changes that took effect at the start of 2022. Many apply...

Employer UI taxes to stay level in 2022

PROVIDENCE – Employers will pay the same state payroll taxes to support Rhode Island’s unemployment insurance program next year, the R.I. Department of Labor...
RHODE ISLAND cash collections rose 18.8% year over year in November to $352 million. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

R.I. cash collections up 18.8% Y/Y in November

PROVIDENCE – Cash collections in Rhode Island in November totaled $352 million, an 18.8% increase from $296.2 million one year prior, the R.I. Department...
RHODE ISLAND BUSINESSES will not see an increase in the unemployment insurance tax rates for 2022, according to the R.I. Department of Labor and Training.

R.I. keeping unemployment insurance tax rate unchanged in 2022

CRANSTON – Rhode Island businesses won't see an increase in their unemployment insurance tax rate for 2022 even though the trust fund that keeps...

Five Questions With: Gianfranco Marrocco

The businessman behind a plan to rebrand Federal Hill as “Little Italy,” while championing al fresco dining in DePasquale Square, is now out of...

R.I. Division of Taxation issues new form for PPP loan taxes

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Division of Taxation recently released a new form for Paycheck Protection Program borrowers to report taxable loans, according to a...

Local business owner pleads guilty to filing false tax documents

PROVIDENCE – The owner of the Providence-based business R.I.J. Inc. pleaded guilty to charges related to underreporting and failing to pay taxes on income,...
Cecile Roberti

CCRI professor earns top teaching award

CECILE ROBERTI, a business and professional studies professor at the Community College of Rhode Island, recently received the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and...

Report: R.I. revenue $22M above budget in July

PROVIDENCE – The state is starting out the fiscal year with a bang, bringing in $22 million more in revenue than expected in July,...

East Providence introduces proposed $178M FY 22 budget with 1.4% tax...

EAST PROVIDENCE – Taxpayers could see a slight increase in their city taxes under the proposed fiscal 2022 spending plan introduced by Mayor Roberto...
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