Reports Using ITEP Data

Kentucky Center for Economic Policy: Revenue Options that Strengthen the Commonwealth

February 8, 2016

"By generating new revenue to invest in the building blocks of our s.tate, good tax reform will make Kentucky stronger for all. This menu of tax reform options describes some of main ways to get there. Currently, too many tax...

South Dakota Budget and Policy Institute: WHO PAYS increased SD sales taxes to raise teacher salaries?

February 7, 2016

"There is broad consensus in South Dakota that teacher salaries need to be competitive to attract and retain good teachers – but who is going to pay for it? Two options have been floated thus far to fund the increase....

Louisiana Budget Project: A stronger EITC can mitigate sales tax increase

February 3, 2016

  The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) calculates that the poorest 40 percent of Louisiana households paid 10 percent of their family income in state and local taxes last year. The richest 1 percent of households paid only...

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

January 28, 2016

"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...

Oklahoma Policy Institute: The Cost of Tax Cuts in Oklahoma

January 12, 2016

"Due to these cuts, Oklahoma’s top income tax rate has been slashed by almost a fourth, from 6.65 percent before 2004 to 5 percent beginning in 2016. The annual revenue loss from these cuts has now reached $1.022 billion, according...

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