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The Economic Affairs Interim Committee of the Legislature voted at its Sept. 14 meeting to devote a major portion of the next 12 months to studying the future of Montana State Fund.

The Economic Affairs Interim Committee (EAIC) will hear updates from three state agencies at its Sept. 14, 2017, meeting. Budget concerns and agency prospects will be the main themes as the eight-member EAIC hears from the Department of Livestock, the Department of Labor and Industry, and the State Auditor’s Office. The meeting starts at 9 a.m. in Room 152 of the State Capitol in Helena.

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing livestock reporting forms this week to Montanans who own livestock and need to meet upcoming reporting and payment deadlines.

The Montana Department of Revenue mailed 2016 livestock per capita fee bills this week. Payment is due by May 31. Livestock owners can pay online at ReportYourLivestock.mt.gov or by mail with a check.

This week, the Montana Department of Revenue began mailing over 12,000 forms to owners of irrigated land. Montana law allows owners to deduct electrical and fuel costs in the calculation of value for irrigated land for the purpose of determining property taxes.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016/Categories: Department of Revenue/Tags: Property Tax, Property Appraisal, agriculture, Livestock, Business

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing livestock reporting forms this week to Montanans who own livestock and need to meet upcoming reporting and payment deadlines. All livestock owners need to report by March 1, 2016, any livestock they own as of February 1. Livestock per capita fees are due May 31 instead of November 30 to decrease the time between reporting and payment. Livestock owners are now able to report and pay online at the same time and track their reporting history.

Governor Bullock Issues Decision on Year-round Habitat for Yellowstone Bison

Governor Steve Bullock today issued a decision to allow for the presence of bison year-round in Montana on the perimeter of Yellowstone National Park.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015/Categories: Governor's Office/Tags: Fish Wildlife & Parks, Livestock, Bison

The Montana Department of Revenue’s online system for reporting livestock and paying per capita fees received a 2015 Information Technology Project Excellence Award from the State Information Technology Services Division at the Montana Government Information Technology Conference yesterday in Helena.

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