In the aftermath of recent news about the Idaho State Tax Commission investigating a 12-year-old boy who operated a fruit stand over the summer, the chairman of the state Senate Local Government and Taxation Committee is considering reforms to the state’s tax policies. “It is disturbing,” Sen, Jeff Siddoway, R-Terreton, said of the child investigation news. In an interview with IdahoReporter.com, Siddoway noted that after he read the news: “I just shook my head and thought ‘what are we doing here? Hasn’t the tax commission got better things to do? Is really where we want to put our resources?’” Siddoway also noted that “Idaho currently has a long, long list of tax laws pertaining to children”/Austin Hill, Idaho Reporter. More here.
Question: Will the Idaho State Tax Commission regret this investigation?