Monday, May 12, 2014

In Case You Missed It: Tax Migration in the U.S.

Note: The following media coverage is a result of last month's release of the latest tax migration numbers from the IRS. 

Podcast: New Data on Taxpayers Fleeing High Taxes
National Taxpayers Union 5.9.14
New Data on Taxpayers Fleeing High Taxes (at 7:30)

IRS data show Florida, Texas, South Carolina are strongest tax base magnets; New York, Illinois, New Jersey least
Washington Examiner 5.6.14
Derived from individual income tax returns from 2010 and 2011, the agency’s Statistics of Income Division shows where we live, where we moved and how much we make.

High-tax states in North, Midwest are biggest losers in Gallup and IRS data
Washington Examiner 5.2.14
The other six biggest losers in the Gallup data are also among the biggest losers in the IRS numbers, including Massachusetts at 11th, Connecticut at 16th and Maryland at 18th.

Where taxpayers are fleeing and where they're headed to
Washington Examiner 5.1.14
The 2010-11 data shows that, as in the past, there is a large migration away from high-tax states to low-tax states. 

Human Events 4.29.14
David Craig has made reducing and eventually eliminating the state income tax his top priority as governor to keep families together.

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