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Richard Chandler

Richard G. Chandler, Wisconsin Department of Revenue Secretary.

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Op Ed: How CROWE Can Help State Economy
Op Ed

How CROWE Can Help State Economy

The launching of UW-Madison Center for Research on the Wisconsin Economy is much needed.

The State of Politics: Kooyenga Flat Tax Rejected
The State of Politics

Kooyenga Flat Tax Rejected

Walker, GOP slam his gas sales tax and flat income tax proposal.

Walker Administration Admits No Records for Tax Break Jobs Claim
Press Release

Walker Administration Admits No Records for Tax Break Jobs Claim

Open Records Request for Proof of Claim Massive Tax Giveaway to Wealthy, Big Corporations Is Creating Jobs Reveals No Records

The State of Politics: State Targets Tax Evaders
The State of Politics

State Targets Tax Evaders

New enforcement agents could collect $400 million in taxes owed.

The State of Politics: New Tax Auditors Target Out-Of-State Firms
The State of Politics

New Tax Auditors Target Out-Of-State Firms

Including many firms whose accounts have never been scrutinized before.

Murphy’s Law: Arena Plan is Massive Tax Shift to Milwaukee
Murphy’s Law

Arena Plan is Massive Tax Shift to Milwaukee

County taxpayers will pay far more than predicted, as state legislators back away from the deal.

The State of Politics: Cut Income Tax or Property Tax?
The State of Politics

Cut Income Tax or Property Tax?

While deficit looms, Republican leaders and lobbyists fight over which tax to cut.

Data Wonk: Wisconsin Taxes and Inequality
Data Wonk

Wisconsin Taxes and Inequality

Have Walker’s tax changes increased or decreased inequality in the state?

Murphy’s Law: The Lt. Governor Nobody Wanted
Murphy’s Law

The Lt. Governor Nobody Wanted

Few on Scott Walker’s team wanted Rebecca Kleefish to win or had any respect for her. Yet she could be the next governor.

The State of Politics: 10 Questions and Answers About Taxes
The State of Politics

10 Questions and Answers About Taxes

The April 15 deadline approaches. How will the Walker tax cuts will affect you?