2013 was a year of many changes to the U.S. tax code, and some of the most significant changes were targeted at raising taxes on high-income Americans. The fiscal cliff tax deal created a new 39.6 percent income tax...
- Facts & Figures 2014: How Does Your State Compare?
Facts & Figures 2014: How Does Your State Compare?
How do taxes in your state compare nationally? This convenient pocket-size booklet compares the 50 states on many different measures of taxing and spending, including individual and corporate income tax rates, business tax climates, excise taxes, tax burdens and state spending.
Errata: The print edition of this booklet erroneously left out Ohio's individual income tax reduction in table 12, West Virginia's capital stock tax reduction in table 33, and West Virginia's treatment of candy under the sales tax in table 29. This online version corrects these errors.
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