Time For a Taxpayer Seal of Approval
A financial analyst calls on local and state governments to report how much they pay their employees — without delay
Keep Pennsylvanians … in Pennsylvania
The state is losing residents to less expensive and less taxed states down south. We must prove, a free-market analyst urges, that we are “open for business”
Generation Change Philly: The Better Business Builder
Philadelphia tech entrepreneur Chris Cera builds and runs software companies. But he also advocates for tax policies that allow small businesses to thrive, creates model work environments — and promises not to bail for the suburbs.
Governing Makes a Comeback
Council’s passage last week of modest business tax cuts was more than a rebuke of progressives. It also might suggest that reasonableness is trending again
A Major Pocketbook Issue
New property assessments out today could significantly raise taxes next year for Philadelphia homeowners. Philly 3.0’s engagement director on what the City can do to ease the burden
Guest Commentary: Yes, We Are Taxadelphia
A column last week argued that Philly’s reputation as one of the highest taxed big cities in the nation was unwarranted. Center City District’s president responds.
Guest Commentary: Is This Really Taxadelphia?
The director of a state budget and policy organization has an answer that may surprise you
Guest Commentary: Pre-K Polling Needs Improvement
A Greater Philadelphia last week released poll data about the City’s sweetened beverage tax that showed residents divided. Here, the City’s first Pre-K director refutes the premise and results of the survey