South Carolina leaders should take a lesson from North Carolina and the "California 11" when it comes to fundamentally fixing South Carolina's broken tax code.
South Carolina's tax code is downright terrifying: unfair, unsustainable and uncompetitive. Read on if you dare.
South Carolina's tax code is a mess. But between lobbyist-guarded loopholes and legislative inertia, can it ever be fixed?
Senator Thom Tillis: "North Carolina is proof positive that successfully enacting tax reform reaps tremendous rewards: more growth, more jobs, more businesses and more revenue."
Dr. Rebecca Gunnlaugsson unveils a groundbreaking tool to help lawmakers fix SC's broken tax system and promote fairness, sustainability and growth.
Transitioning to a defined contribution retirement plan for new state employees would be wise public policy for South Carolina taxpayers and would help us keep our promises to past, present and future state employees.
Economic growth supports peace, prosperity and strong families. In a recent visit to South Carolina, Dr. Arthur Laffer shared the not-so-secret "secret" for creating that growth.
Three recent studies that work to diagnose South Carolina’s current financial health.
Add Pennsylvania to the list of states which have substantively reformed their pension system. Will South Carolina follow the Keystone State’s lead? Though governor McMaster signed a pension “fix” into law this past session, the truth of the matter is that the pension system is unsustainable because of its structure as a defined-benefit model, not
How big is the budget? What are South Carolina’s sources of revenue? Where does all this money go? Consider these charts.