States are Soaking the Poor and Letting Rich Skate

Economics Inequity Taxes

            New Orleans      The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy for the last seven years has done an annual report based on a distributional analysis of state taxation policies.  It’s terribly depressing reading, not because this nonprofit doesn’t do an excellent job, but because their conclusions take away any hope states are offering a …

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Charity of the Heart vs. the Pocketbook


            Marble Falls         The nonprofit sector of our economy is huge.  The tattered social services safety net depends on charity.  All of which has created a considerable cottage industry of experts and systems to harvest donations.  The intentions might be noble, but the implementation often seems more about tax advantages than acts of good …

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