50. The Other Side of Question 3: More Jobs and Less Unemployment October 2010
49. The Beacon Hill Institute's Analysis of Pennsylvania Tax Policy: STAMPing out the Nonsense from our Critics July 2009
Sales Tax Hike Would Destroy 10,000 jobs and $41 million in Investment April 2009
47. PIT Increase Would Cost Thousands of PA Jobs June 2009
Massachusetts Tax Revenue Forecasts for FY 2007 and FY 2008,
January 2007 PDF Format Only
Tax Revenue Forecasts for FY 2006 and FY 2007, December 2005
PDF Format Only
New Tax Loophole
Proposal Produces Less Economic Damage than the Original,
April 2005. PDF
Massachusetts Tax Revenue Forecasts for FY 2005 and FY 2006,
December 2004 PDF
the Veil of Secrecy: The Economics of the Republican National
Convention, June 2004.
Cutting the Income Tax to 5%: An Affordable Boost to the Economy,
May 2004, PDF
Than Advertised: Republican National Convention to generate $184
million in economic activity for NYC, region, May 2004, PDF
Real Effects on the Boston Area of the 2004 Democratic National
Convention, May 2004, PDF
Effects on the Boston Area of the 2004 Democratic National Convention,
April 2004, PDF
are Coming, March 2004, PDF
Issues State Revenue Forecast for Massachusetts.
December 2003, PDF
about Corporate Tax Breaks, June 2003, PDF Format Only
Staying the course: No Need
for Fiscal Fright in Massachusetts, November 2001, PDF Format Only
Boston CPA will cost jobs,
October 2001PDF Format
Sales Tax Facts: Revenue Gains
and Job Losses in New Hampshire, March 2001 PDF Format
Study Identifies Best Performing
School Districts in Massachusetts , February 2001.
High Speed Internet Access Could Save Business $Billions,
February 2001. PDF Format Only
Proposals for Universal Health
Care in Massachusetts: Do They Exceed the Recommended Dosage?
November 2000. PDF Format Only
Improving the Generosity Rate:
Charitable Tax Deduction Would Boost Charitable Giving in Massachusetts
October 2000. PDF Format
Economic Answers to Question
4. October 2000.
Charitable Tax Deduction Would Increase
Bay State Giving Substantially. April 2000.
The Economics of Tax Reduction:
Clean Cut or Compromise. April 2000.
Big Digging for Dollars: How Increasing
Turnpike Efficiency Can Help. February 2000.
Capital Gains Hike Would Hurt Low-Income
Taxpayers Most, Cost Millions in Capital Spending and Local Revenues. July 1999.
Insurance Reform Would Spur Massachusetts Economy June 1999.
New economic analysis shows bad
budgeting costs states thousands of potential new jobs and investments,
BHI tax cut plan offers strongest
immediate benefit to the Massachusetts economy, May 1998.
Economic analysis shows impact
of Governor's, House Leadership's and Senate President's proposals, March 1998.
New analysis shows House leadership's
tax cut proposal offers relatively small benefits compared to
Governor's proposal, March 1998.
Ohio Sales Tax Hike From 5% to 6%
would Destroy 99,000 Jobs, Cut Capital by $8.8 Billion, January
New Jersey's 1994 and 1995 Personal
Income Tax Cuts Led to 25,000 New Jobs, $2.1 Billion in New Capital,
Tax Cut Proposal Would Create $21
Billion in New Spending, September 1997.
Iowa Tax Cut Would Create 44,000
New Jobs and Generate $1 billion in New Capital, February
1997. PDF Format Only
Reducing Unemployment Insurance Would
Mean 13,080 New Jobs, February 1997.
Mass. FY 96 Budget Surplus: Why 5the
Good News Isn't So Good and How to Make It Better, July 1996.
Unemployment Insurance Cut Would Add
15,000 Jobs to Massachusetts Economy, June 1996.
Massachusetts Personal Income
Tax Cut Would Mean More Jobs, Increased Wages, February 1996.
A Compassion Tax Credit, December
Corporate Tax Proposal Would Mean
More Jobs, Higher Wages for Massachusetts Workers, October
Ensuring More Jobs For Massachusetts,
BHI Predicts $81 Million FY-96
Tax-Revenue Shortfall, March 1995.
The Weld-Cellucci Tax Plan: An Antidote
For Federal Tax Hikes, August 1994.
Massachusetts FY-95 Tax Revenue
To Reach $11.278 Billion, April 1994.
Massachusetts FY-94 Tax Revenues
Predicted to Reach $10,306.2 Million, April 1993.
The Big Dig: A Big Lesson,
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