November 18, 2009. A new study from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), co-released by FPI, shows that middle-income families in New York pay a higher share of their income in state and local taxes (12.0 percent) than do the state’s richest families (who pay only 9.4 percent of their income in state and local taxes). Data for New York, full report, 50 states.

Published On: November 18th, 2009|Categories: Blog, NYS Tax Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations, Tax & Budget|

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November 18, 2009. A new study from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), co-released by FPI, shows that middle-income families in New York pay a higher share of their income in state and local taxes (12.0 percent) than do the state’s richest families (who pay only 9.4 percent of their income in state and local taxes). Data for New York, full report, 50 states.

Published On: November 18th, 2009|Categories: Blog, NYS Tax Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations, Tax & Budget|

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