ITEP In The News
September 22, 2014In Ohio, a separate recent study by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy reported that the state’s tax changes since 2005 are giving the richest 1 percent of taxpayers — those with average annual incomes of more than...
September 22, 2014The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy did an analysis earlier this year that found wealthy residents — income averaging $970,000 per year — would receive “a whopping 63 percent of the benefits” from repeal of the Hall while another...
September 21, 2014With a regressive tax, "the people who do the best are the very best off," said Matt Gardner, executive director of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy in Washington. "It's pretty clear that low income families are...
September 21, 2014An analysis by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy and Policy Matters Ohio, a labor-backed research group, found that when accounting for nearly all tax changes approved in the past two budget bills, about 70 percent of Ohioans will...
September 19, 2014The left-of-center Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy today will release “State Tax Codes as Poverty Fighting Tools,” a report on how states’ tax policies are helping — or hurting — the 15 percent who live in poverty: “The fact...
- State Tax Codes As Poverty Fighting Tools
- Improving Tax Fairness with a State Earned Income Tax Credit
- Corporate Tax Explorer
- ITEP's Analyses of Tax Reform Proposals in the States
- Undocumented Immigrants' State and Local Tax Contributions
- Who Pays? A Distributional Analysis of the Tax Systems in All 50 States (4th Edition)
- Debunking Laffer on Tax Cuts and Economic Growth
- The ITEP Guide to Fair State and Local Taxes
State Tax Codes As Poverty Fighting Tools
Reports Using ITEP Data
North Carolina Justice Center: Stronger Earned Income Tax Credit and Minimum Wage - Both Needed to Help Low-Wage Working Families
Policy Matters Ohio: Out-of-Step