Tax Reform Has Given Majority of Kansans Tax Relief, New Data Shows

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Critics of tax reform in Kansas continue trying to paint it as only benefiting businesses and those with higher incomes. Data from the Kansas Department of Revenue (KDOR) proves otherwise and shows that the majority of Kansans—those earning anywhere from $25,000 to $250,000—have enjoyed reduced tax burdens. The table below shows this in the form of total group tax liability, … Read More

$1.45 Billion tax hike or broken promises coming in January

Dave TrabertTax & Spending

Regardless of who is elected to the 2017 Legislature, January will bring turmoil and major disappointment for many Kansans.  Very few candidates in either party say the structural budget deficit should be resolved by making government efficient, even though Kansas spends 34 percent more per-resident than the states without an income tax and could balance the budget by going from … Read More