Nevada's Senate Revenue & Economic Development Committee voted 4-3 this afternoon to approve S.B. 252, the Governor's proposed BLF gross receipts tax. The tax would impose a sliding tax scale of 67 revenue ranges for...
- State Debt Per Capita, Fiscal Year 2010
State Debt Per Capita, Fiscal Year 2010
 Key Findings Tax reform is long overdue in Nevada, but public finance scholars uniformly agree that gross receipts taxes like those in Texas and Washington are among the most economically destructive forms of generating tax revenue....
Key Findings The average combined federal, state, and local top marginal tax rate on long-term capital gains in the United States is 28.6 percent – 6th highest in the OECD. This is more than 10 percentage points higher than the simple...
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