January 30, 2018

Economic Progress Institute: Budget Matters: Making Rhode Island’s Tax Structure More Equitable and Adequate

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For Rhode Island to achieve its potential as a first-class place to live and do business we need to ensure that we have the public services and amenities that enhance the quality of life and work in our state. Rhode Islanders make a collective investment through taxes, fees, and other forms of revenue to fund the services that businesses and residents count on.

This brief lays out some changes to Rhode Island’s tax structure which we hope will catalyze public discussion about the importance of aligning state resources with the needs and aspirations of Rhode Islanders as we build together towards a more prosperous future.

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