HomePoliticsDAN SCHWARTZ ADVOCATED FOR NEW NV INCOME TAX FOR 2017 SESSION Politics DAN SCHWARTZ ADVOCATED FOR NEW NV INCOME TAX FOR 2017 SESSION September 6, 2017 On yesterday’s Facebook post, 360Daily.net said Dan Schwartz supported a state income tax to replace the commerce tax. Many of our readers took issue since Schwartz himself denied any such thing at his announcement for Governor yesterday at the Men’s Republican Club luncheon. Here’s a little secret, “POLITICIANS LIE ESPECIALLY ABOUT RAISING TAXING WHILE RUNNING FOR OFFICE” Here is Mr. Schwartz in his own words attacking businesses that move to Nevada to escape high tax states like California and New York. Even Governor Sandoval opposed Schwartz new taxes idea? As reported by Channel 13 News: August 31, 2016 Updated: Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval opposes state corporate tax proposal LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval says he opposes the state treasurer’s plan to introduce a corporate income tax in the next legislative session. In a statement sent to 13 Action News on Wednesday, a spokeswoman for the Republican governor said he’s opposed to state treasurer Dan Schwartz’s proposal to replace the state’s payroll and gross revenue taxes on Nevada businesses with a corporate income tax. “Under our existing tax structure, Nevada is once again one of the fastest-growing states in the nation in terms of job creation and population,” Sandoval spokeswoman Mari St. Martin said. “The Governor does not support an income tax of any kind. If the Treasurer wants to pursue this, he can make his case to the Legislature.” Schwartz’s office announced Tuesday that he planned to submit legislation repealing the two taxes and creating a corporate income tax, as well as reviewing Nevada’s corporate secrecy laws and studying corporate income.