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...
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- Today is Tax Freedom Day for Illinois, Utah, and Wyoming
Today is Tax Freedom Day for Illinois, Utah, and Wyoming
Tax Freedom Day-the date on which Americans will have worked long enough to have earned enough money to pay this year's tax obligations at the federal, state and local levels-falls on April 11, 2010 for residents of Illinois(14), Utah(15), and Wyoming(16). The date for America on whole was April 9, 2010.
Those living in Illinois, Utah, and Wyoming worked 101 days into the year in order to earn enough money to pay their combined federal, state and local taxes, two day longer than the national average of 99 days.
More on Illinois here.
More on Utah here.
More on Wyoming here.
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