The Louisiana Department of Treasury is committed to working with members of the State Legislature to give back Unclaimed Property that belongs to Louisiana citizens. Rep. Burns has been issued a listing of all unclaimed property owners in District 89 by the Louisiana Department of Treasury.
If you have inquiries regarding any unclaimed property you may have on file, please contact the Louisiana Department of Treasury-Unclaimed Property Division’s toll free phone number 1-888-925-4127 or (225) 219-9400. You may also visit their website at www.LaTreasury.com, or contact Rep. Burns’ District Office at (985) 624-4492.
LDR Suspends 2015 Tax Amnesty Program Until December 1st The Louisiana Department of Revenue announced today that Louisiana Tax Amnesty 2015 will be suspended through Mon., November 30 and will resume on Tues., December 1. The program will then run until December 31, 2015, which... Read More
Amnesty Program Will Not Be Offered Again by State for 10 years Louisiana Tax Amnesty 2015 begins on Nov. 16, 2015 and will run through Dec. 15, 2015, the Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR) announced today. During the 30-day period, individual and business taxpayers are... Read More
Dear Friends: The October 24th ballot will contain 4 proposed Constitutional Amendments for your consideration. The topics of these amendments include budget and transportation stabilization trust, state infrastructure bank, fiscal sessions, and tax assessments on property owned by non-Louisiana governments. To help you make your... Read More
I wanted to let everyone know that the Republican Parish Executive Committee is sponsoring a “COME MEET YOUR CONSTITUENTS” Rally this Saturday, September 26th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Instead of an endorsement from the RPEC, a Straw Poll will be conducted at the... Read More
Last Thursday was crunch time for the Louisiana House of Representatives as it began to chip away at the $1.6 billion deficit, which threatens higher education and health care. Although the House did what had to be done and raised over $600 million in revenue,... Read More
Last week, Dr. Jim Richardson, the LSU economics professor, widely acknowledged to be the Dalai Lama of Louisiana fiscal and tax policy and long-standing member of the state’s Revenue Estimating Committee presented a study of Louisiana tax policy. He was assisted in the study by... Read More