President Obama’s fiscal year 2015 budget proposes to increase taxes on individuals by over $820 billion and on businesses by about $500 billion, for a total of over $1.3 trillion in new taxes over the next ten years....
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Which States Will See Job Growth in 2014?
Stateline has a great interactive graphic of projected job growth by state in 2014, using data provided by Moody's Analytics. All states are projected to see positive growth, ranging from Illinois (+0.98%) to North Dakota (+3.57%).
Top 2014 job growth states are North Dakota, Arizona, Texas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Oregon, Idaho, and Utah.
Bottom 2014 job growth states are Illinois, Maine, Vermont, New York, Alaska, Massachusetts, Tennessee, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania.
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