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Washington state has almost 700 tax breaks – many of which are outdated, have no proven benefits, and do not receive review from lawmakers.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 Session Recap: Important Tax Break Reforms Enacted By Andy Nicholas | August 05, 2013

Blog Post Jobs and Education Should Prevail Over Tax Breaks By Andy Nicholas | April 24, 2013

Blog Post An Easy Choice: Invest in Education and Economic Growth For All, Or Continue Preferential Tax Rates For The Few? By Andy Nicholas | April 16, 2013

Blog Post Tax Increases? Where? By Andy Nicholas | April 12, 2012

Blog Post New tax break audit report: A valuable but limited tool By Andy Nicholas | July 27, 2011

Blog Post The sun sets on two tax breaks (500 more escape scrutiny) By Andy Nicholas | June 29, 2011

Blog Post The case for state spending guidelines — no matter the source By Karinda Harris | March 31, 2011

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