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Fiscal court backs off killing business licenses

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Move would also do away with $1 million insurance tax

By Ben Carlson

The Anderson County Fiscal Court’s effort to rescind its decades-old business license tax has hit a $1 million snag.
That’s the amount the fiscal court collects each year from its insurance premium tax, which is linked directly to the business license tax magistrates voted unanimously to kill two weeks ago.
County Attorney Bobbi Jo Lewis said if one goes, the other goes right along with it, including the revenue they provide.
“The business license ordinance is tied directly to the insurance premium tax,” she said.


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