ITEP In The News
February 12, 2016"There are also ways to rebalance our tax structure to make it less heavily reliant on working families. According to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, the lowest-income New Mexicans are paying a higher percentage of their income on...
Inside Philanthropy: The Federal Budget Affects Everything. So Why Do Most Funders Ignore Fiscal Policy?
February 10, 2016"None of this is exactly a secret, but what's remarkable is just how little foundation funding goes to support work on taxes and fiscal policy writ large—particularly by those funders who have the most to lose from budgetary downsizing. The...
February 10, 2016"The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy did an analysis of Oklahoma’s tax system, showing an average low-income family spends about 10 percent of its budget on state and local taxes, compared with about 4 percent for high-income families. This...
February 9, 2016"Whether or not the undocumented have earned their government benefits is also a point of contention. According to a study conducted by the nonpartisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), the undocumented paid $11.84 billion in state and federal...
February 8, 2016"Experts say that the implementation of these programs could be an economic boon to the country. According to a study by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, Nevada could see a $3 million increase in tax revenue if Obama’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 Foundation Model Seeks to Revive Economic Voodoo
Reports Using ITEP Data
South Dakota Budget and Policy Institute: WHO PAYS increased SD sales taxes to raise teacher salaries?