Posts Tagged ‘state income taxes’

What Ever Happened to State Tax Reform?

Just months ago, to the joy of conservatives and the consternation of liberals, several Republican governors proposed major tax reform plans. At least three–Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Dave Heineman of Nebraska, and Pat McCrory of North Carolina– vowed to completely repeal their state corporate and individual income taxes. But by Tax Day, two of those […]

A New Urban Institute Calculator Shows What Taxes and Transfers Mean for Low-Income Families

State taxes and transfers can be an important form of assistance for low-income families. But the amount of government help varies widely among the states. And, importantly, so does what happens to those benefits when such a family increases its wages. To help understand how those tax and spending programs work, the Urban Institute has […]