Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy
By Steve Ahlquist on October 12, 2017
The wealthiest Rhode Islanders would receive the greatest benefit from President Donald Trump’s proposed tax cut plan, while nearly 1 in 5 Rhode Islanders would see their taxes increase by over $1,800.
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By Steve Ahlquist on July 20, 2017
In Rhode Island, the top 1 percent of the state’s residents would receive an average tax cut of $86,610 compared with an average tax cut of just $430 for the bottom 60 percent of taxpayers in the state.
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By Juan Espinoza on April 6, 2017
Both the Governor’s and House Speaker’s proposals result in Rhode Island’s wealthiest twenty percent of families reaping a windfall representing one third of the overall tax break…
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By Steve Ahlquist on March 3, 2017
“Undocumented immigrants, like everyone else, pay sales and excise taxes when they purchase goods and services. They pay property taxes directly on their homes or indirectly as renters. And, many undocumented immigrants also pay state income taxes.”
Posted in Civil Rights, Economics, Featured, Immigration, Rhode Island, Taxes | Tagged Doug Hall, Economic Progress Institute, Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, itep, Meg Wiehe, Rachel Flum, Undocumented Immigrants’ State and Local Tax Contributions | 1 Response