May 21, 2009. Presented by chief economist James Parrott at the committee’s  public hearing on New York State’s business tax reform. New York could have a more rational and fairer business tax system by adopting a rule to fix problems with the way multi-state corporate income is apportioned, by revamping its overly generous Investment Tax Credit, and by adjusting its taxation of unincorporated businesses. Testimony >>

Published On: May 21st, 2009|Categories: NYS Tax Policy, Tax & Budget, Testimony|

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May 21, 2009. Presented by chief economist James Parrott at the committee’s  public hearing on New York State’s business tax reform. New York could have a more rational and fairer business tax system by adopting a rule to fix problems with the way multi-state corporate income is apportioned, by revamping its overly generous Investment Tax Credit, and by adjusting its taxation of unincorporated businesses. Testimony >>

Published On: May 21st, 2009|Categories: NYS Tax Policy, Tax & Budget, Testimony|

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