State and local governments depend on many different types of taxes, one of which is known as an excise tax. Like general sales taxes, excise taxes are paid on the purchase of an item. But unlike sales taxes, excise...
- Nick Kasprak of the Tax Foundation on New Online Tools
Nick Kasprak of the Tax Foundation on New Online Tools
This week Manager of Media Relations Richard Morrison talks with Tax Foundation Analyst and Programmer Nick Kasprak about our new online data tools and calculators. The tools include a value added tax calculator, a database of local property tax data for every county in the nation, information about state-to-state migration, and a state spending limits application that allows users to see what their state budgets would have looked in recent years like had a Taxpayer's Bill of Rights been in effect.
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