California taxpayers are burdened with the nation’s highest gas taxes, income taxes, sales taxes and corporate taxes in the West. Our state’s high taxes and unreasonable regulations have driven jobs and productive citizens away. Now, the Sacramento politicians are working to abolish Proposition 13 protection for homeowners, as well as small businesses and rental property.
At the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association’s annual Taxpayer Conference, which will be held this year in Orange County, citizen taxpayer advocates will have the opportunity to be educated and equipped for the upcoming battles in support of taxpayer rights.
Speakers include some of California’s most eminent luminaries in law, business, local government and taxpayer advocacy.
Presentations will include:
- John Eastman, Claremont Institute, Keynote speech
- Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, Update on HJTA’s fight to save Prop. 13
- Ken DeVore, National Federation of Independent Business, Saving California jobs by protecting Prop. 13 for small business owners
- Robert Ming, Association of California Cities – Orange County, How repealing Prop. 13 would harm local governments
- Dawn Wildman, California Tea Party Groups, Strategies for successful taxpayer activism
- And extra special surprise speakers!
Details: When: Thursday, October 10th Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Where: Wyndham Hotel, in Costa Mesa, at 3350 Avenue of the Arts.
Attendance is free, but seating is limited, so please RSVP to Julie@HJTA.org to reserve your spot. Be sure to include your name, phone number and the names of any guests you plan to bring.