Capital Gains

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Washingtonians receive a tax break on capital gains – profits from the sale of high-end capital assets – which contributes to our state’s inequitable tax code, where people with the least pay the most. Eliminating the break on capital gains would help fix our tax code while providing our state with more revenue for community investments.

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Video/Webinar Senate testimony on governor’s revenue package January 16, 2019

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Blog Post Press release: Washington state again ranks worst in the nation for our state tax code By Melinda Young-Flynn | October 17, 2018

Blog Post Unacceptable. Washington still has the nation’s most inequitable state tax code By Andy Nicholas | October 15, 2018

Blog Post Five essential truths about our state tax code By Melinda Young-Flynn | April 12, 2018

Blog Post Final budget brings momentous victories for communities, but property tax cuts will come at a cost By Kelli Smith | March 14, 2018

Blog Post In final budget, lawmakers should take the best from House and Senate proposals By Kelli Smith | February 23, 2018

Blog Post House budget smartly proposes capital gains tax, but ignores Supreme Court’s order to fund schools this year By Misha Werschkul | February 20, 2018

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