Reports Using ITEP Data

New Jersey Policy Perspective: Tax Increase to Fund Transportation Should Be Combined with Credit to Help Low-Income Families

January 26, 2015

As New Jersey policymakers close in on a deal to boost New Jersey’s transportation funding, a bold solution that raises at least $1 billion in new revenue a year through new gas taxes is essential if New Jersey wants to...

Michigan League for Public Policy: Income Tax Cuts: Financially Irresponsible and No Economic Benefits

January 26, 2015

Proposals to roll back the personal income tax in Michigan will not create jobs or grow our economy and will disproportionately benefit the wealthiest taxpayers the most. It is also fiscally irresponsible to reduce taxes when the state is facing...

North Carolina Justice Center: A Capital Loss - Eliminating taxes on capital gains would make North Carolina's tax system more unfair

January 23, 2015

Tax cut proponents in North Carolina are pushing another plan that would benefit the wealthy at the expense of everyone else, turning their sights to eliminating the state income tax on the sale of artwork, vacation homes and other high-end...

Oregon Center for Public Policy: Oregon Tax System Does Better Job Than Most in Not Worsening Income Inequality

January 21, 2015

Every state tax system in the country makes income inequality worse, but Oregon’s tax system does so less than most, according to a report released today by the Washington, D.C.-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP). Read the full...

Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury: Tennessee Transportation Funding

January 20, 2015

This report is in response to a 2014 request from the Fiscal Review Committee of the Tennessee General Assembly. The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of Tennessee’s current financing system for highways and bridges, outline challenges...

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