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Latest News for South Oroville (Unincorporated County Area), CA

Rocklin reduces business license fee
bizjournals.com Rocklin, CA
May 19, 2014
Rocklin, CA - capped its maximum business license fee at $125, which could be a big savings for some businesses. High value retailers such as car dealers, supermarkets, furniture stores will see a big drop in annual fees. The city of Rocklin took the action to lower fees this week. Prior to 2012, Rocklin had no cap on business license fees, which were based on annual revenue. In 2012, the city instituted an annual cap of $100,000. Last year, it capped the maxim payment at $3,000. The new $125 cap goes into effect June 27, pending the city council’s second reading of the ordinance. The city phased in cuts to the taxes so the city could adjust its budget to the loss of revenue. Rocklin made the tax move so business owners can invest those dollars in to their operations. “Our business...  Read More