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San Francisco’s “Twitter Tax Break” Zone

San Francisco’s “Twitter Tax Break” Zone

While the so-called “Twitter Tax Break” was created with Twitter specifically in mind, and the impact of which Supervisor Campos is formally calling into question, the defined area within which businesses can claim the payroll tax exclusion extends well beyond the Market Square building between Ninth and Tenth in... Read More »

Supervisor Calls For Formal Review Of The “Twitter Tax Break”

Supervisor Calls For Formal Review Of The “Twitter Tax Break”

With chants of “Twitter you’re no good, pay your taxes like you should” emanating from the lips of protesters in front of San Francisco’s City Hall this week, Supervisor David Campos has requested a formal hearing to review the impact that the 2011 legislation which created the Mid-Market tax... Read More »

Twitter Central Market/Tenderloin Tax Break Vote This Afternoon

The proposed ordinance “amending Article 12-A of the Business and Tax Regulations Code by adding Section 906.3 to establish a payroll expense tax exclusion for businesses located in the Central Market Street and Tenderloin Area,” unfortunately better known as the Twitter Tax Break, is on the agenda for San... Read More »