NC Budget and Tax Center

The top 3 reasons why the Senate Tax Plan is bad for North Carolina

The U.S. Senate is planning to vote on its proposed tax bill next week. In this season of giving, a time when communities are coming together and donating their time and resources to ensure that everyone has food on the table and a roof over their heads, the proposed Senate tax plan would do just the opposite – asking low- and middle-income families to foot the bill for enormous tax cuts to high-income households and corporations.

Below is an infographic from the Budget & Tax Center that shows the top 3 reasons why this tax plan would be bad for North Carolina.

Luis A. Toledo is a Public Policy Analyst for the Budget & Tax Center, a project of the North Carolina Justice Center.

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