One of the posers about Idaho tax auditor Stan Howland‘s report on tax commission practices – that it was in essence letting many large corporations get away without paying taxes they should be paying – has been this: Would it be ignored by the policymakers in Idaho government, or would it lead to a serious inquiry?
Some reporters asked that question, but the initial indicators were uneven. Reports today, though, suggest that a point man on this is emerging: State Senator Brent Hill, R-Rexburg, who is himself an accountant.
And a commission response is supposed to be out on Monday. When we see it, we’ll link to it.Share on Facebook