ITEP In The News
April 23, 2014When it comes to state and local taxes, you find precisely the opposite: higher-income families pay a smaller share of their income in taxes while lower-income families pay more. It is called a regressive tax system, and you'll find it in virtually every state, including Massachusetts.
April 21, 2014(Original Post) Posted on April 21, 2014 by Dustin Hurst The losses continue to pile up for Idaho’s embattled Workforce Development Fund. This time it’s the closure of clothier Coldwater Creek that’s leaving a black mark on the state program’s...
April 18, 2014(Original post) By Mike Lindblom While most big transit agencies in the U.S. slashed service during the recession, King County Metro Transit managed to hang on. Managers shifted a $100 million surplus from a fleet-replacement fund to keep existing buses...
April 17, 2014(Original Post) Thursday, April 17, 2014 By DAVID A. LIEB ~ The Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Setting up a likely veto showdown, the Republican-led Missouri Legislature gave final approval Wednesday to an income-tax cut for millions of individuals...
April 16, 2014(Original Post) BY PETER R. CRABB Professor of finance and economics at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa April 16, 2014 Earlier this month, Idaho Gov. Butch Otter signed a new state law that will refund up to 30 percent of...
- 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
- Building a Better Gas Tax
- The ITEP Guide to Fair State and Local Taxes
Tennessee Hall Tax Repeal Would Overwhelmingly Benefit the Wealthy, Raise Tennesseans' Federal Tax Bills by $60 Million
Reports Using ITEP Data
North Carolina Justice Center: Who Pays in 2014 - Tax Plan Creates Winners and Losers in North Carolina