Jindal proposes elimination of income and corporate taxes in Louisiana

Meanwhile, in a state where there are Republican elected officials who know how to lead…from the Daily Caller:

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is proposing the complete elimination of income and corporate taxes in the state, and says he wants to replace the revenue by increasing sales taxes.

The Times-Picayune reported that Jindal is in the process of fleshing out the tax reform proposal, the goal of which, according to a statement from the Governor’s office and given to the paper, “is to eliminate all personal income tax and all corporate income tax in a revenue neutral manner. We want to keep the sales tax as low and flat as possible.”

“Eliminating personal income taxes will put more money back into the pockets of Louisiana families and will change a complex tax code into a more simple system that will make Louisiana more attractive to companies who want to invest here and create jobs,” Jindal says in the statement.

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Here’s an another article on it from Conservative HQ:

Jindal Walks The Walk On Taxes

Principled small government constitutional conservative Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announced yesterday that he wants to eliminate all Louisiana personal and corporate income taxes to simplify the state’s tax code and make it friendlier to business.

Gov. Bobby JindalWow, let’s contrast that to the actions of the establishment Republicans who are the face of the GOP in Washington.

They have talked a good game on tax reform, but have done absolutely nothing – except cave-in to Obama and the Democrats to raise rates and load the tax code with favors for big business.

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