State Tax Reform Legislation Likely In 15 States In 2013: Report

WASHINGTON — Fifteen states are likely to see some sort of tax reform legislation in 2013, according to a study released Wednesday by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. ITEP said that a series of tax reform packages, ranging from an extension of the sales tax in Kansas to elimination of some personal income taxes in North Carolina to a rise in taxes for the wealthy in Minnesota, are likely to be taken up in next year’s state legislative sessions. With more states achieving one-party control of state government, ITEP, a Washington-based group that analyzes state taxation models and proposals, said that tax reform issues would likely dominate 2013 legislative sessions. “This is the reason we think many state proposals that have not gotten traction in the past will be heard,” ITEP executive director Matthew Gardner said on a conference call with reporters. Read More…
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State Tax Reform Legislation Likely In 15 States In 2013: Report

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