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Every North Carolinian who pays personal income tax would see a lower rate, under a proposal from legislative Republicans.
Every North Carolinian who pays personal income tax would see a lower rate, under a proposal from legislative Republicans.
 
North Carolina's tax reform package, cutting the personal income tax rate, is the most significant plan likely to be approved in 2013, an analyst with...
North Carolina's tax reform package, cutting the personal income tax rate, is the most significant plan likely to be approved in 2013, an analyst with...
 
Senate Republicans pushed ahead Wednesday with their version of tax reform as the chamber's Finance Committee gave the bill a thumbs up. The measure...
Senate Republicans pushed ahead Wednesday with their version of tax reform as the chamber's Finance Committee gave the bill a thumbs up. The measure...
 
Senate leader Phil Berger unveiled the latest tax reform plan Tuesday. It's a plan that would reduce the personal income tax, eventually eliminate...
Senate leader Phil Berger unveiled the latest tax reform plan Tuesday. It's a plan that would reduce the personal income tax, eventually eliminate...
 
As you may know, the John Locke Foundation has just published a new book - First in Freedom: Transforming Ideas into Consequences for North Carolina - that proposes a new tax system for our state.
As you may know, the John Locke Foundation has just published a new book - First in Freedom: Transforming Ideas into Consequences for North Carolina - that proposes a new tax system for our state.
 
A new report on economic competitiveness from the American Legislative Economic Council shows North Carolina is ranked 23rd among the states on the 2012 ALEC-Laffer Economic Outlook Rankings.
A new report on economic competitiveness from the American Legislative Economic Council shows North Carolina is ranked 23rd among the states on the 2012 ALEC-Laffer Economic Outlook Rankings.
 
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