"Politics and Other Mistakes" piece suggesting that the state income tax, not mu
"Politics and Other Mistakes" piece suggesting that the state income tax, not municipal property taxes, is the biggest problem with Maine's tax structure, and noting that a middle-class taxpayer in Maine pays about 29 percent more in state income taxes than the average U.S. taxpayer. The tax burden could be lessened by redesigning the state income tax so middle-class families pay less, and reducing the top rate on income taxes. Betsy Chapman of the Maine Public Policy Institute agrees, adding that personal income tax was responsible for almost all the growth in tax burden over the past generation.
Taxation Income tax
Diamon, Al, ""Politics and Other Mistakes" piece suggesting that the state income tax, not mu" (2004). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1522.
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