ITEP In The News
April 28, 2016"According to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy’s data for 2015, Connecticut residents who earned between $46,000 and $76,000 paid double the tax rate (10.7 percent) than those who earned $1.3 million or more (5.3 percent). It may be...
April 26, 2016"Los números de identificación de contribuyentes les permite reportar salarios al IRS y pagar impuestos. Nadie sabe exactamente cuánto pagan en impuestos los inmigrantes indocumentados. El Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, un grupo de investigación con sede en Washington,...
April 26, 2016"WHERE OREGON AND WASHINGTON (STATE) DIVERGE: The Seattle Times has a nice primer on how differently the states of Portlandia and grunge rely on taxes. Washington, for instance, collects about four out of every five dollars from a sales tax,...
April 25, 2016"A problem with relying on sales taxes is that, compared with income or property taxes, they hit the poor the hardest. “Low-income people spend most, if not all, of their income on just getting by,” said Matt Gardner, executive director...
April 25, 2016"Carl Davis, the research director at the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, told Billy Penn last month soda taxes like the one proposed by Philadelphia are "imperfect:" "The first thing you realize is that it is regressive. It’s...
- State Tax Codes As Poverty Fighting Tools
- Undocumented Immigrants' State and Local Tax Contributions
- Who Pays? A Distributional Analysis of the Tax Systems in All 50 States (5th Edition)
- ITEP's Analyses of 2015 Tax Reform Proposals in the States
- Corporate Tax Dodging in the Fifty States
- Improving Tax Fairness with a State Earned Income Tax Credit
- Debunking Laffer on Tax Cuts and Economic Growth
- The ITEP Guide to Fair State and Local Taxes
Tax Justice Blog
- Donald Trump the Farmer? - 04/2016
- State Rundown 4/21: Scraping the Bottom of the Revenue Barrel - 04/2016
- Tax Justice Digest: Income Tax in Alaska -- Koch Brothers in Tennessee-- and More - 04/2016
Reports Using ITEP Data
Hawaii Appleseed: State of Poverty 2016
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: A Fiscal Policy Agenda for Stronger State Economies