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Tax Law

SALT Trivia: Answered!

Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s trivia question!

Last Week’s Question:
What are the only two states without some form of tax uniformity clause in their constitutions?

The Answer:
While nearly all state constitutions include some requirement that taxation be uniform or equal, the constitutions of Connecticut and New York do not contain any such provisions. In fact, the word “tax” does not appear at all in the Connecticut constitution.

Keep an eye out for our next trivia question on Wednesday!