More Research against the Texas Margin Tax, New Kansas Pass-Through Carve Out Data, and Capital Gains Taxes in Washington

March 4, 2015

Here are some great links from this week:

  • The Texas Public Policy Foundation has a new report about repealing the Texas Margin Tax. They find repeal would produce $10.8 billion in new real personal income in the first year and $16 billion over 5 years. The state would be one of just four states without direct business tax or individual income tax. We have some similar findings in our paper on the Texas Margin Tax here.
  • Jason Mercier of the Washington Policy Center noticed that the Washington Department of Commerce has pulled “no capital gains taxes” from its list of reasons to live in Washington. Gov. Inslee and others have proposed taxing it, and the Commerce Department doesn’t want to be “disingenuous.” More on Washington from my colleague Jared Walczak.

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