From Weekly State Tax Report The Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Weekly State Tax Report filters through current state developments and analyzes those critical to multistate tax planning. By Adrianne Appel Sept. 28 — A first-in-the-nation Massachusetts law illegally gives ride-sharing companies like Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. a competitive advantage over taxis, a group […]
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Month: September 2016
Celestin Couyoute is one of many Boston-area taxi medallion owners who are feeling the pressure of declining income and high loan repayment costs. By Deirdre Fernandes GLOBE STAFF MAY 24, 2016 Celestin Couyoute bought a Boston taxi medallion more than 15 years ago, eager for independence and a chance to be his own boss. But […]
http://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2 016/09/23/taxi-group-sues-baker-other-officials-over-new-uber-law/aYZ5bx0vbL8jM7lkEfebkI/story.html?s_campaign=bdc:article:stub A new Massachusetts law signed by Governor Charlie Baker that established the first statewide rules for Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing services is being challenged in court by a group of Boston taxi owners as unconstitutional. The Boston Taxi Owners Association filed the lawsuit Friday in US District Court against Baker and several […]