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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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Blog Post Top 10 Graphs About Capital Gains By Andy Nicholas | February 29, 2012

Chart/Graphic Saving 35 Percent Would Stabilize Capital Gains Revenues January 23, 2012

Blog Post Capital gains becoming even more concentrated among richest few By Andy Nicholas | January 19, 2012

Blog Post Richest 1 percent get 75 percent of all capital gains By Andy Nicholas | January 17, 2012

Brief/Report Legal Analysis: State Capital Gains Tax December 15, 2011

Brief/Report A Capital Reform: Using Capital Gains to Fuel Job Creation and Economic Prosperity in Washington State November 03, 2011

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