ITEP In The News
October 28, 2014The nonpartisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy estimates that the new North Carolina tax plan will cost the state over $1 billion this fiscal year compared to the past one. “That’s about equivalent to the entire community college budget,”...
October 27, 2014Matt Gardner with the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy says property taxes nationwide are increasingly limited to real property. But he says for equipment that has significant value to a business‘s profit-making ability, it makes sense to tax that...
October 26, 2014The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), a nonprofit Washington, D.C., research group with a model of the tax system, reviewed the effects of income tax repeal. It found that if the tax were repealed and just half of it...
October 24, 2014And the numbers aren’t political spin. The current shortfall figures come from the Fiscal Research Division of the General Assembly. The estimate of how large the shortfall could become is from the nonpartisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy,...
October 13, 2014Meg Wiehe, state tax policy director for the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, said that, based only on the income tax portion of the changes, about 35% of North Carolinians would see a tax increase, another 16% would see...
- 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
Tax Justice Blog
- Putting a Face to the Numbers - 10/2014
- Georgians Set to Vote on Income Tax Straightjacket - 10/2014
- What's the Matter with Kansas Is What Ails All 50 States - 09/2014
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