N.Y.'s $1 Billion Tax Shortfall Punches Hole in Budget Plan
- SHORT-RUN AND LONG-RUN SOLUTIONS TO STATE FISCAL PROBLEMS. McClelland, Harold F. // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Spring67, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p51
Discusses long-term and short-term solutions to state fiscal problems. Causes of problems in state finance; Purpose of sharing federal income tax receipts with state treasuries; Benefits of payments to states on a per capita basis; Significance of federal payments in equalizing financial...
- SHAPIRO ON MARGINAL TAX RATES AND AGGREGATE LABOR SUPPLY: A COMMENT. Bohanon, Cecil E.; Van Cott, T. Norman // Quarterly Journal of Business & Economics;Spring84, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p15
Comments on a study that argued that traditional microeconomic analysis of the effect of changes in income tax rates on work effort does not support the position of supply-side economists on the tax rate-aggregate work effort issue. Influence of an individual's marginal tax rate on work effort;...
- A state income tax would hurt Washington's economy. Montague, Eric // Wenatchee Business Journal;Feb2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, pA23
Presents several ideas for the reform of the income tax structure in Washington. Elimination of special interest exemptions; Decline of overall tax rates; Limits on the growth of government spending.
- An Analysis of America's Financial Situation. // Congressional Digest;May32, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p131
The article analyses the financial situation of the U.S. during the 1930s. Almost all units of government from the national treasury down are faced with a deficit. This comes at a time when many of them feel the necessity of enlarging relief expenditures. The result is a scramble for new means...
- Reduce the Debt First; Then Reduce Taxes. // Saturday Evening Post;3/15/1947, Vol. 219 Issue 37, p164
The article focuses on the tax policy in the U.S. in which tax reduction has to be considered. The author points out that at the end a war which cost the country several billion dollars a month, it is natural for people to expect a substantial cut in their income taxes. He adds that if no...
- Layfield's ï¿½local income taxï¿½ solution. // Accountancy;Jun76, Vol. 87 Issue 994, p8
Focuses on the Report of the Committee of Inquiry on Local Government Finance. Lack of clear accountability for local government expenditures; Confusion of responsibilities between the Government and the local authorities; Introduction of a local income tax.
- Weighing Up Aziz's Budget. // Asia Monitor: Indian Subcontinent Monitor;Aug2002, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p5
Examines the federal budget proposed by finance minister Shaukat Aziz in Pakistan. Capacity of the budget to promote economic growth; Impact of the budget on income tax levied on private companies; Initiatives of Aziz to confront the federal budget deficits.
- THE INTERACTIONS OF INFLATION AND THE U.S. TAX SUBSIDIES OF HOUSING. Kiefer, David // National Tax Journal;Dec81, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p433
The U.S. income tax includes significant subsidies for homeownership, particularly for high income families. Home-ownership is encouraged by exemptions for imputed rent income and capital gains, and also by the deductibility of mortgage interest and property taxes for owners who itemize...
- New Hampshire's tax-base limits: An example of the Leviathan model. Campbell, Colin D. // Public Choice;Feb94, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p129
This study views the lack of an income tax on wages and salaries and a general sales tax in New Hampshire as tax-base limits. I use the Leviathan model to analyze the differences between the fiscal system in New Hampshire and the fiscal systems in Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts. Vermont,...