Tax revenue as a percent of GDP is one metric many use to gauge how much corporate income tax revenue the United States is raising. The advantage of this metric is that it controls for the size of the economy and gives...
- Weekly Map: Sources of State and Local Tax Revenue: Sales, Excise, ...
Weekly Map: Sources of State and Local Tax Revenue: Sales, Excise, and Gross Receipts Tax
Today's map comes from our recent report, The Sources of State and Local Tax Revenues by Elizabeth Malm and Ellen Kant, and looks specifically at sales, excise, and gross receipts taxes. We'll be putting out two more maps for the other major tax categories over the coming weeks, and last week released a similar map of property tax revenues.
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