States Make Progress Evaluating Tax Incentives
Note: This document was updated in July 2016 to add Hawaii.
Economic development tax incentives play a central role in states’ efforts to create jobs and strengthen their economies. To ensure that these programs are achieving their goals, many states have approved laws requiring regular, rigorous, independent evaluations of tax incentives. The Pew Charitable Trusts has worked with states across the country to design and implement these laws. With improved information, policymakers can shape policies that obtain better results for states’ budgets, businesses, and workers.
To learn more about evaluation laws enacted since the beginning of 2012, click on the links below.
|District of Columbia||Florida