Reports Using ITEP Data

Hawaii Appleseed Center: Tax Cuts for the Wealthiest

April 23, 2015

When the top marginal tax rates and cap on itemized deductions expire in 2015, Hawaii's wealthiest residents will see a windfall. Meanwhile, our working families are not scheduled to get any relief. Read the full report here....

Vermont Legislative Joint Fiscal Office: ITEP and Pew Reports on Vermont's Income Distribution and Tax System

April 21, 2015

This report is a slide deck that review's ITEP's Who Pays report and its findings on the Vermont state tax system.  Read the full report here. ...

Integrity Florida: Subsidizing Corporate Tax Dodgers

April 21, 2015

Thanks to the data provided by CTJ/ITEP, Integrity Florida found that all of the profitable Fortune 500 corporations headquartered in Florida paid state governments in the U.S. on average a lower corporate profits tax rate than Florida’s 5.5 percent rate...

The Commonwealth Institute: Math that Works for All of Us

April 21, 2015

All told, undocumented Virginians currently pay $240.4 million a year in taxes to Virginia and its localities. That’s a 6.5 percent effective tax rate for the typical undocumented immigrant household. By comparison, the highest-income 1 percent of Virginia households pay...

California Budget and Policy Center: How Would Current State EITC Proposals Benefit California's Workers and Their Families?

April 14, 2015

Momentum for creating a state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) in California is building. As we discussed in a recent report, a state EITC would foster economic security among low- and moderate-income workers by building on the federal credit of...

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