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Part 2 of annual tax call-in program

03/26/08 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Wednesday)
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Today we held the second part of our annual federal income tax advice call-in program with guests Phil Scheidt, Anne Marie and Andy Mason. All three are CPA's who practice in the Tampa area.

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Part 1 of annual tax call-in program

03/25/08 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Tuesday)
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Today we presented the first of two call-in programs this week devoted to offering advice on filling out federal income tax forms. Our guests were CPA's Phil Scheidt, Lee Hewitt and Malcolm Hayes.

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Iorio meets with City Council on budget listen

02/13/08 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday
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Today Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio briefed members of the City Council about budget concerns resulting from Amendment 1.

The property tax cut approved last month by Florida voters will greatly reduce revenues for local governments. In the meeting at City Hall, Iorio said the city projects collecting $4.1-million less in property tax in 2009. That would result in a $16.8-million difference between total revenues and total expenditures.

Iorio proposed making up $3.4 million of that deficit with ...

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Crist stumps for Amendment One in Tampa listen

01/16/08 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday
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Gov. Charlie Crist arrived by bus at a South Tampa home this afternoon to tout the Yes On 1 campaign. Floridians vote in less than two weeks on Amendment 1, which could lower the property taxes of most Floridians by an average of about $240 per year.

One argument against Amendment 1 is that local governments will have to lay off even more police officers and firefighters because of revenue shortfalls. But Crist doesn’t buy that.

Florida’s public schools will lose an estimated $1.6-b...

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