Oregon Center for Public Policy

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Oregon Center for Public Policy focuses on research and analysis on budget, tax and economic issues.[1]

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2010

Nationwide tax study

According to a 2009 nationwide tax study conducted by Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, taxes amount to approximately 8.7% of the "poorest Oregonians'" (income below $18,000) total income. Approximately 20% of state residents make below $18,000. On the other hand the taxes total 6.2% of the "richest Oregonians'" (income above $417,000) total income. Only 1% of Oregonians have a yearly income of more than $417,000. According to the Oregon Center for Public Policy, one of the reasons that taxes total a greater percent for lower income residents is that wealthier people can usually claim more deductions and credits.[2][3]

Contact information

Oregon Center for Public Policy
P.O. Box 7
Silverton, OR 97381-0007
Phone: 503.873.1201

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