Utah lawmakers have settled on approximately $100 million in tax cuts spread across three separate areas: for dependent children, Social Security recipients and military retirees.
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February 22, 20214 min read, 726 words

Utah lawmakers have settled on approximately $100 million in tax cuts spread across three separate areas: for dependent children, Social Security recipients and military retirees.Utah lawmakers have settled on approximately $100 million in tax cuts spread across three separate areas: for dependent children, Social Security recipients and military retirees.

Published: February 22, 2021  |  4 min read, 726 words
(Steve Griffin | Deseret News file pool photo) House Speaker Brad Wilson, R-Kaysville, said Monday lawmakers are targeting $100 million in tax cuts this year, mostly for families and retirees. Wilson is shown here in a June 17, 2020, file photo.House and Senate leaders were pract...
Utah lawmakers have settled on approximately $100 million in tax cuts spread across three separate areas: for dependent children, Social Security recipients and military retirees. Read more

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