Oregon Arts Tax

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The Portland Arts Tax, formally the Arts Education and Access Income Tax, is a $35 tax paid by residents of Portland, Oregon to support school teachers and art focused nonprofit organizations. residents age eighteen or older with $1,000 or more of taxable income are required to pay the tax. [1]

Arts Tax Tax revenue restores arts & music to schools and brings the arts to life citywide. File & Pay Online Young thespians take their first steps onto the stage at Northwest Children's Theater and School.

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File your Arts Tax return online and pay your tax due with Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, ACH Payment (electronic check) or mail a check or money order (include the confirmation number from…

Office of Management & Finance. Revenue Division. Arts Tax: 503-865-4278. Each Portland resident, age 18 and older, must file an Arts Tax return every year even if no tax is due.

NEW Portland Oregon ART TAX!!!??? People are DUMB and DESERVE MORE TAXES!!! Stupid Sheeple!!! Arts Tax Tax revenue restores arts & music to schools and brings the arts to life citywide . File & Pay Online Young thespians take their first steps onto the stage at Northwest Children’s Theater and School. Courtesy David Kinder/NW Children’s Theatre (2013)

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