By Edited by Michael W. Howard Edited by Karl Widerquist
Contributors speak about the Alaska everlasting Fund (APF) and everlasting Fund Dividend (PFD) as a version either for source coverage and for social coverage. This publication explores no matter if different states, international locations, or areas would receive advantages from an Alaskan-style dividend. The e-book additionally appears to be like at attainable ways in which the version should be altered and improved.
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Hammond 1996, 252; Gardiner 1982; and Singer 1982. Alaska State Legislature 1980a. In 1980 the legislature repealed the individual income tax. The legislature initially eliminated the tax on anyone who had reported gross income in the state for the previous three years and provided lesser tax relief for others. After the Alaska Supreme Court struck that down as unconstitutional, the legislature passed legislation that repealed the individual income tax for everybody. Alaska State Legislature 1980b; and Alaska State Legislature 1980c, Second Special Session.
Rogers and Cooley 1962a, 101, 235–37, 279. 3. Rogers and Cooley 1962b, 188. 4. Loll 1967, 6. 5. US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis 2010. exe/nipa/a701-a792rc. exe /fedstl/akotot. 6. G. Rogers 1962, 181–82. 7. Erickson 1989, 11. 8. Erickson 1989, 12. 9. US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. ” Groh Sr. 10. Lapham 1970, 85. 11. G. Rogers 1962, 17. 12. G. Rogers 1962, 95. 34 CLIFF GROH AND GREGG ERICKSON 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.
3 Fall 2010 Revenue Source Book, Alaska Department of Revenue, December 2010. Fall 2008 Revenue Source Book, Alaska Department of Revenue, December 2008. Personal communication, J. Burnett (deputy commissioner, Alaska Department of Revenue) to G. Erickson, January 14, 2011. consumer price index for calculating the inflation-proofing amount; this transfer also requires an annual appropriation. 8 Alaska legislatures have never refused to make the required appropriations. 38 billion. 29 (in 1984).
Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend: Examining Its Suitability as a Model by Edited by Michael W. Howard Edited by Karl Widerquist