Current discussions about federal tax reform include a number of proposals that could impact the states. These items may broaden the tax base and increase state revenue, or put pressure on states to cut taxes and reduce revenue, or even create administrative challenges for states. In this article, the Urban Institute’s Kim Rueben, Frank Sammartino, and Richard C. Auxier discuss these proposals and what they mean for the states.
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