Category Archives: Massachusetts State Information

Businesses Sound the Alarm Over Recently Passed “Tech Tax”; Governor Plans Summit to Address Concern

Businesses Sound the Alarm Over Recently Passed “Tech Tax”; Governor Plans Summit to Address Concern After the passage of the Commonwealth’s plan to address the transportation financing gap, many in the business community have raised alarm over the serious harm one of the key tax components presents to Massachusetts companies.  In particular, a movement has […]

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Martha Coakley Announces Run for Governor

Martha Coakley Announces Run for Governor Pledging to improve our schools and continue to build an economy where everyone has the opportunity to lift themselves up, Martha Coakley announced that she is running for Governor of Massachusetts.

 A native of Berkshire County, Coakley charted a career as a distinguished prosecutor before serving as Middlesex District […]

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SALES TAX HOLIDAY WEEKEND APPROVED! Set for August 10th & 11th

SALES TAX HOLIDAY WEEKEND APPROVED! Set for August 10th & 11th   Legislation designating Saturday, August 10th and Sunday, August 11th as a Sales Tax Holiday weekend has been passed by the Legislature and is now awaiting Governor Patrick’s signature. The Governor has previously stated that he will sign the holiday weekend into law. RAM […]

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Patrick Administration Announces “Informed Massachusetts” Web Launch

Patrick Administration Announces “Informed Massachusetts” Web Launch   The Patrick Administration launched “Informed Massachusetts” – a user-friendly website [which can be found at http://www.mass.gov/informedma] that consolidates the Open Government and Transparency web pages previously found on Mass.gov. Informed Massachusetts pulls together these sites into a unified portal, creating a user-friendly site through which citizens can […]

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Massachusetts Ranks #2 in National Clean Technology Index, Boston Among Top 10 Cities

Massachusetts Ranks #2 in National Clean Technology Index, Boston Among Top 10 Cities   Massachusetts ranked second in the nation behind only California for its commitment to clean energy technology, according to an annual index released that also placed Boston as the 10th best city for clean technology innovation and expansion. The report, published by […]

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Residency

Residency

Here is some Massachusetts residency information taken from the website of the state of Massachusetts. Here is the text from that portion: Residency There is no formal procedure for establishing a legal residence in Massachusetts. Voter registration, automobile registration, a driver’s license, the appearance of a person’s name on a city or town street list, […]

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