Brownback’s Tax Plan Would Hurt Poorer Kansans
KSCB News - January 17, 2012 3:12 pm
The figures show that taxpayers with adjusted gross incomes of
$25,000 or less would see an average increase of $156. They would,
as a class, pay $88 million more in individual income taxes than they
The Associated Press obtained the figures Tuesday. They were
developed by the department for a special group convened by the
Senate to study tax issues.
Households and some businesses with adjusted gross incomes of
more than $250,000 would see their taxes drop on average 18.5
percent, or by more than $5,200.
The plan cuts individual income tax rates, but it eliminates
credits and deductions.