Robust Economy Eases Pressure to Raid the General Fund
- Kansas. // Bond Buyer;02/14/2000, Vol. 331 Issue 30828, p33S
Focuses on the economic conditions of Kansas. Projects funded by state authorities; Responsibilities of the authorities; State and local revenues; Data on total debt per capita; Comparison of employment growth between 1993 and 1998.
- GOING LEAN. Greenblatt, Alan // State Legislatures;Apr2010, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p24
The article discusses the budget shortfall in Kansas in 2010. Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson reportedly recommends to slash the 2.8- million-U.S. dollar operating budget. It cites that some lawmakers had bigger budgets in previous years and improved capital programs and cuts in operating...
- Kansas Revenues Again Fall Short. // Bond Buyer;11/6/2015, Vol. 1 Issue F343, p1
Kansas revenues have fallen short of projections for the fourth consecutive month, according to the state's October report.
- Kansas Revenue $21M Shy of Goal in September. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;10/6/2014, Vol. 1 Issue 34189, p1
Kansas revenues are running 1.7% below projections in the first three months of the fiscal year after falling 4% below budget in September, officials said.
- More relief for individuals. Harris, Shaun // Finance Week;02/25/2000, p16
Reports on the benefits of South Africa's fiscal 2001 budget for individual taxpayers. Introduction of a reduced liability for all individual taxpayers; Total personal income tax relief; Tax incentive for small and medium enterprises.
- THE OPTIMAL SUPPLY OF PUBLIC GOODS AND THE DISTORTIONARY COST OF TAXATION: COMMENT. Browning, Edgar K.; Liqun Liu // National Tax Journal;Mar98, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p103
Louis Kaplow argues in his recent paper that there are a wide variety of situations in which the income tax financing of a public good is nondistortionary. Specifically, this occurs when the additional tax liability of each person equals that person's additional benefit from the public good. We...
- Targeted savings and labor supply. Kaplow, Louis // International Tax & Public Finance;Oct2011, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p507
Substantial evidence suggests that savings behavior may depart from neoclassical optimization. This article examines the implications of raising the savings rate-whether through social security, retirement plans, or otherwise-for labor supply, where labor supply is determined by behavioral...
- September -- what happened in tax? // Taxation in Australia;Oct2015, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p178
The article looks at some of the significant federal tax developments as of September 2015. Topics covered include the proposed scrip roll-over amendments in the Tax and Superannuation Laws Amendment Bill 2015, endorsement of income tax exempt charities, and section 27(1) of the Superannuation...
- Tax and wealth creation. Johnston, Donald J. // OECD Observer;Jan2002, Issue 230, p3
Presents a commentary on taxation. Notion of progressive tax on income; Importance of paying taxes; Impacts of undisciplined public finance.