Retirees Cheer: Arizona Looks To Join States With Zero Income Tax

  • Although Arizona’s state income tax recently dropped to one of the lowest in the nation, a rookie lawmaker disagrees with the concept of having an income tax at all.
  • Rep. Austin Smith, a West Valley Republican, filed House Bill 2395. He said taxpayers have struggled to make ends meet due to the current economic environment.
  • “With millions of Arizonans suffering to make ends meet due to the devastating effects of Democrats’ hyperinflation and rising interest rates, I can’t think of a better time to get government out of the wallets of taxpayers by eliminating the income tax altogether,” Smith told The Center Square.
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