Lawmakers are told to be careful in cutting Oklahoma’s personal income tax
Robert Dauffenbach, an economist, told a state house panel that changes to Oklahoma’s tax code the past 12 years helped lead to a nearly $2 billion a year reduction in tax receipts.
Changes made to Oklahoma’s tax code the past 12 years have helped contribute to a nearly $2 billion annual reduction in tax receipts, a University of Oklahoma economist told a House of Representatives panel Monday.
Robert Dauffenbach, associate dean and director of the Center for Economic and Management Research at OU’s Price Business College, said diversifying the tax base and further reducing the state...
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