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Latest News for Cookeville, TN

Local businesses to see changes in tax code
herald-citizen.com Cookeville, TN
December 23, 2013
COOKEVILLE, TN — Local businesses will be seeing some tax changes in the New Year — last night, the Cookeville City Council approved to amend the municipal code to comply with new rules in the state’s Uniformity and Small Business Relief Act of 2013. During last night’s meeting, City Manager Jim Shipley said two of those major changes are that all businesses will be required to get a minimum business license, which is $15 in the city, and the minimum gross revenue to requiring a business to pay taxes is going up. “It’s always been the state law that if you had a business and you did less than $3,000 in gross receipts, you did not have to have a business license,” he said. “This raises that amount to $10,000. And will require every business to get a $15 minimum business...  Read More