Should North Dakota Keep Its State Income Tax?insidesources
Wouldn’t it be nice not to have to pay state income taxes? In North Dakota, lawmakers are considering just such a proposal, hearing testimony next week from a conservative group about the long-term benefits of abolishing the state income tax. North Dakota already has some of the lowest tax rates in the country. Its highest tax rate, for incomes above $424,950, is only 2.9 percent, still lower than the lowest tax brackets in many states. The proposal would replace these tax revenues largely with taxes on the oil industry. The proposal is garnering unusual pushback from . . .
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