Economist discusses new production tax
Goldsmith says no $2.1 billion ‘giveaway’; based on market conditions, production, MAPA or ACES could result in more state tax
There was no $2.1 billion “giveaway.” Either ACES or MAPA could produce more state revenue depending on market conditions and production levels.
Those were the conclusions economist Scott Goldsmith presented to the Resource Development Council May 1. A 42-page paper explaining his conclusions was p....
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