For the Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing’s (SCANPH) annual conference, Senior Policy Analyst Sara Kimberlin delivered a presentation that looked at the profile of poverty and housing needs at the local, regional, and statewide level, as well as local and state housing policies that can make a difference in addressing the challenges low-income households face.
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First Look: Understanding the Governor’s Proposed 2023-24 State BudgetThis First Look analysis outlines key pieces of the 2023-24 California budget proposal, and explores how the governor prioritized spending and determined cuts amid the first budget shortfall of his tenure.California Budget
Corporations Pay Far Less of Their California Income in State Taxes than a Generation AgoCorporations are contributing roughly half as much of their California profits in state taxes than four decades ago. In the early 1980s, corporations paid more than 9.5% of their profits in state corporation taxes. In contrast, corporations paid just 4.9% of their California profits in corporation taxes in 2020. Corporations pay less of their income … ContinuedTaxes & Revenue
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