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Washington state has almost 700 tax breaks – many of which are outdated, have no proven benefits, and do not receive review from lawmakers.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 Requiring Greater Accountability for Boeing Tax Breaks Should Remain a Priority By Andy Nicholas | April 23, 2015

Blog Post In Support of the House’s Revenue Proposals By Melinda Young-Flynn | March 31, 2015

Blog Post Bill to Improve State Tax Break Transparency Receives Public Hearing By Andy Nicholas | February 20, 2015

Blog Post Corporate Tax Dodge Findings Show Need for Reforms in Washington State By Andy Nicholas | February 27, 2014

Blog Post Improved Tax Break Accountability Starts With Better Data By Andy Nicholas | January 30, 2014

Blog Post Let The Sun Set On An Ineffective Tax Break For High-Tech Businesses By Andy Nicholas | January 17, 2014

Blog Post Overview of Proposed Boeing Tax Breaks and Accountability Measures By Andy Nicholas | November 07, 2013

Brief/Report Washington State’s 1930s Tax System Doesn’t Work In A 21st Century Economy October 01, 2013

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