With the April 18 income tax deadline approaching, Wisconsin residents who work in Minnesota and vice-versa may find themselves filing two different sets of returns, with taxes due on their earnings in both states. The added burden and costs follow the 2009 abrogation of a tax reciprocity agreement between the two states that had simplified filing procedures. Superior Mayor Jim Paine speaks with “Simply Superior” host Robin Washington about a push for the state governments to restore the reciprocity agreement.
Similarly, University of Wisconsin-Superior Associate Vice Chancellor Jordan Milan discusses proposed tweaks to a tuition reciprocity agreement for students who live in one state and attend college in the other.
Also, Duluth screenwriter Matt Dressel spent 10 years pitching his movie script to more than 600 agents and film companies — who all rejected it. Then one took a second look and suddenly, it was a go. Filming commenced in the Cayman Islands with bona-fide Hollywood stars, including Bob Saget in what would become his last film. Dressel shares the story of “Daniel’s Gotta Die” following its successful Duluth premiere and film festival run, for which it’s already received accolades.
- Robin Washington Host
- Jim Paine Guest
- Jordan Milan Guest
- Matt Dressel Guest
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