More Taxes = Fewer Jobs?
A rise in the personal income tax means less money to spend for your average Illinois resident plus the bill includes a bump in the corporate tax rate from 4.8 percent to 7 percent.
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#1 Jan 13, 2011
It seems that the Governor we fought hard to put in office is far from even caring about the people of Illinois..It is a miracle that we survive on our paychecks but to almost double the state tax is ludicris...4 years we wont be able to stand it!!!! Mr Quinn is not a miracle worker and he shouldnt try to be, he cant fix the debt we are in and making the poor even poorer wont help either.
#2 Feb 18, 2011
Mr Quinn is a sock puppet of Kim Jong-il of North Korea! But then again, Illinois is, politically, destroyed and beyond repair. All of the many years of heavy corruption has driven all of the nice people out of that ruined state and caused a heavy influx of selfish, snobby, and standoffish people who behave like wild rabbits and they never care about anybody but themselves.
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