New York tops the list in state and local taxes, study finds

August 2004
Westchester County Business Journal;8/2/2004, Vol. 43 Issue 31, p17
Reports on the combined state and local taxes in New York. Imposition of state-level tax increase by the Legislature; Estimation of the state and local debt; Escalation of government spending levels.


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