The Center for State and Local Finance (CSLF) at Georgia State University is one of several institutions partnering with New York-based Volcker Alliance to conduct a multiyear study to help improve budgeting and fiscal sustainability in all 50 states.
According to a press release:
The Truth and Integrity in Government Finance Project, as the study… more »
Bart Hildeth, an affiliated faculty member with the Center for State and Local Finance, is quoted in an article on Kansas debt by The Topeka Capital-Journal.
The article, “Kansas has racked up billions in debt over past 20 years, more than tripling late ’90s level,” ran Oct. 19, 2016. After the newspaper contacted… more »
In a few weeks, city of Decatur residents in Georgia will head to the polls to decide on a controversial measure to reduce property taxes for seniors.
Specifically, the measure would provide a full homestead exemption from the school portion of property taxes in the city of Decatur for those 65 and older for five… more »
The Atlanta Business Chronicle’s BIZ highlighted the center’s Oct. 13 presentation, “Grading the Candidates’ Tax Plans: What Will Clinton and Trump Do for You?” during an Oct. 16 segment on 11Alive.
The presentation took place Oct. 13 at the Andrew Young School. It featured David Sjoquist, an economics professor at the Andrew… more »
On Oct. 13, 2016, CSLF and FRC hosted a special presentation analyzing what Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s tax plans will mean for you and the U.S. economy. The experts discussed the major features of each presidential candidate’s plan, including changes to personal income tax and corporate tax, implications for federal tax revenue, changes to tax burdens across income groups and more.