Webinar: Eugene Community Safety Payroll Tax Overview
Filed under:Small Business Services
The Eugene City Council passed the Community Safety Payroll Tax Ordinance in June 2019 to provide long-term funding for community safety services. It is expected to generate funds to provide faster, more efficient safety responses, deter crime, connect people to services, engage and help at-risk youth, support more investigations and court services, and add jail beds to reduce capacity-based releases and hold those who commit crimes accountable.
WEBINAR: “City of Eugene – Community Safety Payroll Tax Overview”
Our recent webinar was a content-rich discussion of the Eugene Community Safety Payroll Tax with Adam Morrison, Senior Tax Analyst at the City of Eugene. Webinar attendees had an opportunity to ask many questions about the tax implementation in a live Q&A.