Does Nevada have a diversified tax structure?

Victor Joecks

You tell me.

Now a revenue-neutral tax-reform package, like what NPRI has proposed, would be a good idea

– in part, because it broadens the sales tax base.
But far too often, when leftists say “diversify the tax structure,” what they really mean is, “Add a new tax” with a corporate income tax or gross receipts tax being perennial favorites.
As you can see, adding a new tax isn’t necessary to obtain a diversity of taxes in Nevada. (And regardless, a stable tax structure is more important than the number of taxes you have.)