Steve Young, a state and local tax partner in Holland & Hart’s Salt Lake City office, joined former State Senator Howard Stephenson and State Auditor John Dougall on the March 9 edition of Red Meat Radio, “On Taxing Business Inputs & Property” that aired on 860 AM KKAT. Young discussed the economic implications of HB441, a proposal to tax services considered by the Utah Legislature. Young explains how the pyramiding effect of compounded taxes would increase the cost of anything produced in the state and pose a danger to Utah’s economy and the availability of capital.
The Red Meat Radio show covers the latest news on Utah politics with hosts Rep. Greg Hughes & Sen. Howard Stephenson, on Saturday Mornings from 8-10am on Utah's Big Talker AM 860.
Listen to the full podcast here: On Taxing Business Inputs & Property (Young, Ostermiller)