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Breaking News: Assemblymember Phil Ting re-launches Reset San Francisco

Tax Reform

With ongoing budget deficits in San Francisco and with the influx of tech and global capital, Resetting San Francisco starts with a return to sound fiscal policy and fair tax reform.The city certainly needs to do a better job with the money we have now. Increasing efficiency and collecting delinquent revenue can go a long way toward helping close our our budget gap, which is projected to be $340 million in 2017-18.

Phil Ting to Host Hearing On Impact of Prop 13
4 days ago

Phil Ting to Host Hearing On Impact of Prop 13

By  •  Better Government, Politics, Tax Reform

Reset San Francisco founder and Chair of the State Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation Assemblymember Phil Ting, will convene a hearing of his committee in San Francisco to review the …
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Phil Ting’s Bill Would Reduce Sales Tax on Green Cars
4 months ago

Phil Ting’s Bill Would Reduce Sales Tax on Green Cars

By  •  Environment, Tax Reform

Way to go, Assemblymember Phil Ting! The Reset San Francisco founder made headlines in the Los Angeles Times over the weekend about his pioneering legislation that would incentivize more Californians …
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Money Visualized, An XKCD Infographic
4 years ago

Money Visualized, An XKCD Infographic

By  •  Tax Reform

By: Bernadette Samson

We love data because we’re total geeks at Reset San Francisco, but XKCD webcomic artist Randall Munroe has out-geeked us with this infographic that shows how …
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Tell Amazon.com It Is Amazon.Wrong
4 years ago

Tell Amazon.com It Is Amazon.Wrong

By  •  Tax Reform

Should San Franciscans Support a Company that Won’t Support California? Sign our petition on Change.org!

There were plenty of holiday deals to be found this weekend for San Franciscans shopping …
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Sales Tax Goes Down, Sales Tax Goes Up?
4 years ago

Sales Tax Goes Down, Sales Tax Goes Up?

By  •  Tax Reform

Californians across the state are going to notice a few extra dollars in their wallet when they go buy a new plasma TV, iPad 2 or DVD player.

That’s because, …
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The Republicans In Sacramento Say No to Tax Extensions. What Will San Franciscans Do?

By  •  Tax Reform

Blocked by an intransigent Republican minority in Sacramento, Governor Jerry Brown and state legislative leaders just adopted an “all cuts” budget in Sacramento.

Stepping into this void, San Francisco Mayor …
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