Newflash: Kansas Wants Tax Breaks

Prog blog polling informs us that small biz & consumers need help from Topeka . . . Take a peek:

The Kansas Chamber’s poll revealed more than half of the 2023 participants — 51% — believed state personal income tax rates should be cut and 74% were persuaded that tax cuts would produce trickle-down influences beneficial to the Kansas economy. Among the business insiders surveyed, interest in tax reform dwarfed consternation with energy and health care costs or expansion of government. The survey had a margin of error of 5.6%.

“When it comes to the profitability of a business, we found tax sensitivity is really trending up, with 70% now saying they pay too much in taxes — a 10% increase from last year’s poll,” said Pat McFerron, president of the Oklahoma polling firm Cole Hargrave Snodgrass and Associates.

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Kansas Chamber's annual poll affirms business leaders eager to slash state, local taxes - Kansas Reflector

The Kansas Chamber's annual survey of business owners and executives offers clear support for tax cuts and anxiety about poor workforce attitudes.