Policy Perspectives
The Center for Public Policy & Administration

Thursday, February 23, 2006 Special Legislative Edition   VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2  
CONTENTS
How do current and proposed tax policies affect individual citizens in Utah?
Some Conclusions from the CPPA Tax Model
ARCHIVE
Economic Development
January 30, 2006
2005 Recap
December 12, 2005
Elections and Voting
October 26, 2005
Comprehensive School Reform
September 28, 2005
Impacts of a Minimum Wage Increase
August 30, 2005
Summer Announcements
July 18, 2005
The Aging Face of Utah
June 2, 2005
NCLB v. UPASS
April 29, 2005
2005 Legislative Session Summary
March 29, 2005
How do current and proposed tax policies affect individual citizens in Utah?
CPPA has created a Tax Model that can determine approximate income tax, property tax, and sales tax using current and proposed tax policies. We have also included the ability to determine these taxes for different personal variables, including: income, federal adjusted gross income, filing status, number of dependents, charitable contributions, retirement, home ownership, etc. This model can be used to estimate the tax burden of individuals and families in a variety of situations.
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Some Conclusions from the CPPA Tax Model
by Janice Houston

This legislative session has been all about taxes, particularly income and sales taxes. Two facts about Utah’s tax system have driven this debate.
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