Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy: Analysis and Considerations Related to House Bill 380

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"Idaho households with incomes between $41,000 and $64,000 a year would see a $23 decrease in their tax liability, on average. The top 1% – those with incomes of $444,000 and above – would see an $815 tax cut, on average. The exact tax cut that a household in any range would receive depends upon a variety of factors, including income, tax deductions, and household size." 

Idaho households with incomes between $41,000 and $64,000 a year would see a $23 decrease in their tax liability, on average. The top 1% – those with incomes of $444,000 and
above – would see an $815 tax cut, on average. The exact tax cut that a household in any range would receive depends upon a variety of factors, including income, tax deductions, and householIdaho households with incomes between $41,000 and $64,000 a year would see a $23 decrease in their tax liability, on average. The top 1% – those with incomes of $444,000 and above – would see an $815 tax cut, on average. The exact tax cut that a household in any range would receive depends upon a variety of factors, including income, tax deductions, and household size. "

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