To meet our pension obligations and begin reinvesting in a stronger future for the commonwealth, Kentucky needs new revenue. Currently, too many tax breaks drain money that is needed to read more
The vast majority of Kentuckians would be worse off under recent federal tax cut proposals. Far from benefiting the average Kentuckian, the plans would put fiscal pressure on already strained read more
The proposed level dollar approach to funding Kentucky’s pension liabilities would shift a large burden to our upcoming state budget and ask comparatively little from budgets a couple of decades read more
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By Dustin Pugel
November 13, 2017
The vast majority of Kentuckians would be worse off under recent federal tax cut proposals. Far from benefiting the average Kentuckian, the plans would put read more
By Jason Bailey
November 10, 2017
A new analysis of the proposed pension bill by the actuary for the Teachers’ Retirement System (TRS) shows huge new costs to the state from read more
By Anna Baumann
November 1, 2017
Tomorrow the U.S. House is expected to release a draft bill that, by all accounts, would enact large tax cuts tilted heavily toward the wealthiest read more
By Ashley Spalding
October 26, 2017
Now that the Senate and House have both passed budget plans that include a fast-track process for tax cuts, Congress is poised to launch the read more