This week’s map is a GIF showing the year each state adopted its gasoline excise tax. Oregon was the first state to do so in February of 1919 (Colorado, New Mexico, and North Dakota also enacted them later in the year)....
- Location Matters (PowerPoint Presentation)
Location Matters (PowerPoint Presentation)
February 29, 2012
Key Findings Policymakers are currently focused on revenue neutral corporate tax reform to bring down the high U.S. statutory corporate tax rate. Corporate-only tax reform leaves out nearly 95 percent of all businesses from tax reform....
Levied in 44 states, corporate income taxes account for a relatively small share of state revenue—5.2 percent of state tax collections and just over 2 percent of all state revenue, including federal transfers. Top rates range from a low of...
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