A secret plan to change our taxes — North Carolina Tax Fairness Act

North Carolina Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger floated a notional “North Carolina Tax Fairness Act” last week.  Its provisions are unclear.  It would impose sales taxes on prescription drugs and even reportedly services taxes on doctor’s fees, but it remains a mystery.  I  tried to get the specifics last week via phone and email (http://nctaxcut.com/q-and-a/), but have received no reply.  If you find the plan, I’d appreciate knowing about it:   po@newrevenue.org.



Author: patoglesby

From 1982 to 1990, I worked in tax policy for Committees of the United States Congress. In recent years, I was Adjunct Lecturer at UNC-Chapel Hill's Business School and then Adjunct Professor at its Law School.

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