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Scottsdale-based Allied Waste Industries, the nation’s second-largest waste hauler, reported a 7.8 percent increase in revenue for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2006.
Rural/Metro Corp. announced a year-over-year increase of 10 percent in revenue for its fiscal first quarter, as well as a $2.4 million increase in net income.
Scottsdale-based Rural/ Metro Corp. ended its fiscal year with an 8.7 percent increase in net revenue, compared with the previous fiscal year, but saw a year-overyear decrease in net income.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking for a few good people to help it crack down on incorrect tax returns. The agency plans to hire at least nine additional revenue agents for its Phoenix office.
Scottsdale-based Rural/ Metro Corp. on Tuesday announced a year-over-year increase of 7.6 percent in revenue for its latest fiscal year, as well as a $200,000 increase in net income.
Declining sales tax revenue is hurting Apache Junction’s budget for the next fiscal year, but no layoffs or cuts in city services are planned for now, city officials said. The city’s proposed General Fund budget for the next fiscal year is about $26 million. That’s down by $4 million from the current year.
Scottsdale-based Allied Waste Industries, the nation’s second-largest waste hauler, reported a 3.4 percent yearover-year increase in secondquarter revenue, while its overall debt now stands at just under $7.2 billion.
The ability of Republican state lawmakers to achieve their goal of scaling back funding for Arizona public schools will depend on what a court says is the meaning of “or.”
NOGALES, Ariz. – For the past nine years, Michelle Sandoval has traveled from her art gallery in Tubac across the border to Nogales, Sonora, several times a week to deposit money into the bank accounts of the Mexican artisans she buys from. Doing so allows her to avoid wire transfer fees charged by U.S. banks.
At the Hyatt Regency Resort Scottsdale about 15 percent to 20 percent of reservations come through the Internet, a hotel spokeswoman said. The number is low compared to the industry norm, but apparently those who do book the local property’s rooms online have an easy time of it.
Taxpayers who hit a roadblock while communicating with the Internal Revenue Service can now bring their problems to the forefront via Internet.
Mach 1 Air Services in Tempe has quietly become the largest shipping company based in Arizona and one of the top 20 air cargo companies in the United States. And it’s looking for more growth in Mexico.
Catholic Charities Community Services is seeking volunteers from the community to help those in need receive free tax preparation.
JetBlue Airways, a Queens, N.Y.-based low-cost carrier, has long had its eye on the Southwest, and if leaders decide to enter the Valley’s market, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport won’t be the only contender for the company’s business.
Joan Sullivan Garrett remembers early in her career as a flight nurse responding to a young boy who was thrown from a vehicle in a rollover crash on a remote dusty road.
WASHINGTON - More than 2.4 million people have used free tax preparation software provided through the Internal Revenue Service Web site to file their 2002 tax return, the Treasury Department said Tuesday.
As Scottsdale voters go to the polls today, all they need remember are two words: Union. Government.
Valley Metro may increase fares valley-wide for bus, LINK and light rail in the spring as an attempt to preserve current service levels, Valley Metro officials said. The proposed increases are predicted to generate an additional $6.5 million in revenue for Valley Metro, which would fund about 3.2 percent of service.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued its 2008 list of the 12 worst tax schemes and scams.
AUSTIN, Texas — A longtime Internal Revenue Service employee died this week when a pilot harboring a grudge against the agency flew his plane into a building in Austin, Texas, his family said Saturday.
Unclaimed refunds totaling more than $26 million are awaiting 33,100 Arizonans who failed to file a federal income tax return for 2004, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
The Mesa Internal Revenue Service office will have an open house June 5 to help small businesses solve tax problems. Business owners can seek help with completing forms, discuss options if they are unable to pay a tax balance or they can resolve other issues. The open house is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1818 E. Southern Ave., Suite 14.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking for taxpayers who are due to receive a combined $123.5 million in the form of 107,831 refund checks that were returned to the IRS by the U.S. Postal Service due to mailing address errors. Search our database to see if the IRS owes you money and learn how to get your check.
If you have questions about your taxes, the Internal Revenue Service wants to let you know that it has a number of videos on YouTube to help you finish them up before the April 17 deadline.
Mesa United Way and the Internal Revenue Service are looking for volunteers to provide free tax help to East Valley residents.