The weekly map from the Tax Policy Blog:
Yes, Iowa’s among the worst. It doesn’t have to be.
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Yet these high marginal tax rates (and poor overall “business friendly tax climate”) have not stopped your fair city of Des Moines from taking number two honors on the Forbes “Best cities for jobs” list.
Mary, you seem to imply that high rates, big corporate welfare and byzantine complexity are helpful. How does that work?
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