Reports Using ITEP Data

Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy: Complex Tax Proposal Would Have Uneven Impacts on Idahoans

February 23, 2015

A new proposal in the Idaho Legislature would dramatically shift the way taxes are collected and generate a new revenue source for our neglected roads and bridges. The proposal has several components which in combination mean that taxpayers across the...

Open Sky Policy Institute: LB 357 would lead to budget cuts, benefits top earners

February 19, 2015

LB 357 calls for significant reductions in personal and corporate income tax rates over several years. It also transfers $160 million out of the cash reserve, $80 million to the Property Tax Credit Program and another $80 million to the...

Policy Matters Ohio: Kasich tax proposal would skew tax system further in favor of Ohio's affluent

February 10, 2015

The Kasich administration proposal to cut income taxes and expand sales and other taxes would produce big tax cuts for Ohio’s most affluent residents, while increasing taxes on lower- and moderate-income families. The proposal would provide an $11,906 annual tax...

Connecticut Voices for Children: Families First, Prosperity for All: Making Connecticut's Tax and Benefit System More Family-Friendly

February 9, 2015

Connecticut’s tax system is uniquely unfriendly to families. Connecticut is one of only two states with an income tax that does not offer tax credits or exemptions to adjust for the cost of caring for children and other dependents. Read...

Washington State Budget & Policy Center: Taxing Capital Gains

February 2, 2015

FAQ on Enacting a Capital Gains Tax In Washington State Read the full report...

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