Tax Breaks To Business: MA, NY Spend More.

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Check out the New York Times analysis of tax incentives to businesses. Look at where Connecticut ranks compared to its neighbors:

New York spends at least $4.06 billion per year on incentive programs, $210 per capita

Massachusetts spends at least $2.26 billion per year on incentive programs, $345 per capita

Connecticut spends at least $860 million per year on incentive programs, $241 per capita

Rhode Island spends at least $356 million per year on incentive programs, $338 per capita

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One thought on “Tax Breaks To Business: MA, NY Spend More.

  1. Da Troof

    If all these states would reign in their SPENDING, companies might actually want to stay and do business in the northeast. But, as we know funding the bloated state workforce and the welfare state comes before the economic health of the region.

    BOHICA- the liberals are in charge.

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