Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

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Washington state has almost 700 tax breaks – many of which are outdated, have no proven benefits, and do not receive review from lawmakers. Unnecessary tax giveaways are depriving our communities of billions of dollars and funneling money to corporations and special interests.

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Blog Post Predatory investors are trying to rip off Washington state By Andy Nicholas | March 23, 2019

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

Video/Webinar House testimony on business and occupation tax breaks February 16, 2018

Video/Webinar Senate testimony on tax break transparency and accountability January 18, 2018

Blog Post Revenue Package Not Built to Last Over the Long Term By Andy Nicholas | July 12, 2017

Blog Post Governor’s Veto of Unnecessary, Short-Sighted Tax Giveaway Is the Right Move for Washington’s Future By Misha Werschkul | July 07, 2017

Blog Post Three Reasons Why a New Tax Break for Manufacturers Is Bad for Washington State By Andy Nicholas | July 03, 2017

Blog Post Guest Post: Kansas Experiment Yields Valuable Lessons in Why State Investments Are Essential By Melinda Young-Flynn | June 08, 2017

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