Monthly Archives: March 2005

Unearned Income Tax in Washington: Building Resources for the Greater Good

An Inclusive Economy

Report | Stacey Jones | March 1, 2005

Washington’s current state tax system is inadequate to support the public services necessary to a vital economy. According to a national report on state taxation, “CEOs in Washington worry about whether the state is willing to provide the services they need.” Well-funded public education, health care, and oth

Washington’s Estate Tax: Protecting Our State’s Resources

An Inclusive Economy Progressive Tax Reform

Report | Stacey Jones | March 1, 2005

The estate tax dates back to 1901 in Washington State and until very recently was the  only progressive tax in Washington’s otherwise very regressive state tax system.  In a  decision issued February 3, 2005, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled that the  phase-out of the federal estate tax invalidates Wa

Washington Tax and Revenue: Where do we go from here?

An Inclusive Economy

Report | Marilyn Watkins | March 1, 2005

State government services are essential to the health and well-being of all state residents. The public schools, institutions of higher education, transportation infrastructure, justice system, regulation of workplace safety, protection of the environment, social safety nets, and other public services establi

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