Last week, S.2320, a bill that would create Universal Savings Accounts in the federal tax code, was referred to the Senate Finance Committee. The bill, sponsored by Senator Jeff Flake and Representative Dave Brat, would...
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New Edition of Facts & Figures: How Does Your State Compare?
We have released the 2011 version of Facts & Figures: How Does Your State Compare?, a popular pocket-sized booklet comparing the 50 states on 32 different measures of taxation and spending, including individual and corporate income tax rates, business tax climates, excise taxes, tax burdens and state spending
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