Nationwide Campaign to Fight For Tax Fairness

Fighting the Federal tax assault on Democratic states

TOP Nationwide Campaign to Fight For Tax Fairness

Tax Fairness for All Americans

Under the Trump administration, Washington has launched an all-out direct attack on New York’s economic future. The federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 eliminates full deductibility of state and local taxes (SALT), effectively costing New Yorkers $15.3 billion.

What’s worse is that the law disproportionately hurts Democratic states, like New York, which already contributes $35.6 billion more annually to the federal government than it gets back.

To fight back against this economic assault, the Governors of impacted states are working with their Congressional Delegations and Speaker Pelosi to immediately reestablish full SALT deductibility and restore fairness for millions of hard-working American taxpayers.

Working to Restore Full SALT Deductibility

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The disgraceful federal tax assault stole from 12 Democratic states to give to Republican states, and it was a gross injustice.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

Watch: New York Will Sue to Block the GOP Tax Plan

Know the Facts

See How Your Representative Voted on the SALT Tax Bill

Response to the Federal Tax Changes

A Major Shift in Tax Policy

Expand Charitable Contributions

The FY 2019 Budget creates two new state-operated Charitable Contribution Funds. Taxpayers may claim these charitable contributions as deductions on their Federal and State tax returns.

Reducing Taxes for New Yorkers

Since day one, Governor Cuomo has fought to reduce taxes for New Yorkers.

Governor Cuomo has secured the lowest middle tax rate since 1947, the lowest corporate tax rate since 1968 and the lowest manufacturers tax rate since 1917.

Governor Cuomo has enacted a property tax cap and property tax freeze that have led to a combine average savings of $2,600 per year.

Tax Fairness for New York

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