One point of contention in the North Carolina tax reform debate has been the fate of one particular tax expenditure—the uncapped sales tax refund for nonprofits. The refund applies to "sales of taxable tangible personal...
- Monday Map: State Tax Collections Per Capita
Monday Map: State Tax Collections Per Capita
Today's Monday Map shows state tax collections per capita. Collections figures differ from the burdens numbers used to calculate Tax Freedom Day by state in that they reflect the amount collected by each state government from everyone, instead of (as with state by state Tax Freedom day figures) the amount paid by each state's residents to all state governments. For example, Alaska has a low tax burden but high tax collections, because a lot of its revenue comes from the state's taxes on gas and fuels, paid mostly by nonresidents.
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