Did you know that last year Virginia’s tax on gasoline increased 5 cents per gallon, on July 1, 2020, from 24.4 cents to 29.4 cents?
Did you know that this year Virginia’s tax on gasoline is increasing again, by another 5 cents per gallon on July 1, 2021, to 34.4 cents? That is a 40% increase in one year.
Also, starting next year the Virginia gasoline tax will automatically increase with inflation every July 1st.
Join us on April 2 at 7pm as our Conversations That Count will focus on the Fairfax County budget and proposed tax rates. Srilekha Palle and Vinson Palathingal will host our guest Arthur Purves, President of the Fairfax County Taxpayers Alliance, as we take a look at the impact that taxes have on Fairfax County residents.
The Conversation can be viewed on our Facebook page.
On March 9, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, which is deciding on next year’s county budget, advertised a 4.25% real estate tax hike, which would cost the average homeowner $293. This continues a two-decade trend where the supervisors have increased real estate taxes three times faster than homeowner income, which has barely kept up with inflation
Joe Galdo, Fairfax GOP nominee for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, today rolled out his plans to restore fiscal discipline and start cutting taxes
FCTA Luncheon with Arthur Purves and Joe Galdo, Republican Candidates for State Senate and Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
Fairfax County Taxpayers Alliance Annual Luncheon, Saturday, October 19, 2019, 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, Vienna Amphora Restaurant, 377 Maple Ave W (Route 123), Vienna, VA 22180 (one block from Nutley Street)
My wife and I have been homeowners and taxpayers in Fairfax County for more than 50 years. I am here to protest the budget and real estate tax increases.
The FY 2020 General Fund Disbursements are projected to be $4.437 billion, an increase of 3.67% over the FY 2019 Revised Budget Plan and represents $156.95 million.
The Fairfax County Fiscal Year 2020 advertised budget continues the Board of Supervisors and school board’s decades-long pattern of reckless spending.