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Kansas will have to raise taxes again without budget cuts

The $1.2 billion tax increase approved by the Kansas Legislature will impact almost every working Kansan, so it’s important to understand exactly what the new law does.
This tax increase is the largest in state history, and it pays for the largest budget in state history. Almost every taxpayer in the state will see their paycheck decrease after July 1.
If you work for someone other than yourself, your employer will use new withholding tables to calculate how much additional money to take from your paycheck to pay your larger tax liability. Because the tax law is retroactive ...


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