The Ignis Project

Joseph Woodbury, Tax article in Silicon Slopes Magazine

September 04, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
The Ignis Project
Joseph Woodbury, Tax article in Silicon Slopes Magazine
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The Ignis Project
Joseph Woodbury, Tax article in Silicon Slopes Magazine
Sep 04, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Phill Wright / Joseph Woodbury
Joseph Woodbury, Silicon Slopes Founder of Neighbor.Com wrote an article in the Silicon Slopes Magazine discussing the issues of “Tax Modernization” and the critical negative results of taxing services.
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Joseph Woodbury, Silicon Slopes Founder of Neighbor.Com wrote an article in the Silicon Slopes Magazine discussing the issues of “Tax Modernization” and the critical negative results of taxing services. He discusses how Connecticut, one of the most liberal and highly taxed states in the nation, tried to tax all services but couldn’t get it through the state legislature. He explains that we don't have a revenue problem, we have a surplus, and an allocation problem. He discusses the possibility to change the Utah Constitution to allow all revenue, including Income Tax revenue to go into one bucket. This would require a change to the 1930 State Constitution amendment that requires all income tax revenue to go ONLY to education. Utah is the ONLY state with an earmark to force all Income tax money to go to education.



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