One of the provisions under consideration in the tax extenders discussion is a reinstatement of 50 percent bonus expensing for equipment. This would strengthen investment spending and boost the sluggish recovery. It has...
- Monday Map: State Income Tax Collections Per Capita, 2010
Monday Map: State Income Tax Collections Per Capita, 2010
Today's Monday Map looks at state income tax collections per capita. New York State, with its high marginal tax rates and wealthy tax base, collects the most - an average of $1,796 per resident. At the bottom of the list are seven states with no state income tax - Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.
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