State and local governments depend on many different types of taxes, one of which is known as an excise tax. Like general sales taxes, excise taxes are paid on the purchase of an item. But unlike sales taxes, excise...
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State and Local Government Employee Retirement Systems - Investment Portfolio, FY2006-2007
September 21, 2009
Fiscal Fact No. 199 Newly released Census data highlight the different spending priorities of state and local governments. By presenting the data here as percentages of total spending, we reveal government priorities whether their combined...
Fiscal Fact No. 191 IntroductionEssentially every state government has worked to close budget shortfalls during 2009. States have seen a fall in revenue, particularly sources prone to boom-and-bust cycles like taxes on high-income earners and...
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