KNOW THE LAW: MAPS Project Extension
This week, voters went to the booths to vote on several things including extending the penny sales tax for the MAPS project for 27 more months. But what does that mean to you and business owners? Rachel Pappy, Partner, and Vice President of Polston Tax Resolution and Accounting joins us to let us know more about what extending the maps project penny sales tax means, what the MAPS penny tax has done for the city and what sales tax increases like this mean for the city and the residents.
Polston Tax Resolution and Accounting has five locations in Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman, Tulsa, Wichita. You can call them at 405-801-2146. They also assist clients nationwide.
There are several ways you can get in contact with the Polston Tax Resolution and Accounting. Just look for Polston Tax on all social media and their website is www.polstontax.com