Where Do You Live?

State governments are, more than ever, struggling to meet budget deficits. But state legislators often find that raising taxes and cutting programs aren't the best ways to get re-elected. Instead, many states have found a new way to plug holes in the budget: increasing revenue through heightened audit enforcement. And what better way to increase revenue than to go after high-net-worth individuals

State governments are, more than ever, struggling to meet budget deficits. But state legislators often find that raising taxes and cutting programs aren't the best ways to get re-elected. Instead, many states have found a new way to plug holes in the budget: increasing revenue through heightened audit enforcement. And what better way to increase revenue than to go after high-net-worth individuals (those “corporate jet owners,” as our President likes to call them) who claim they don't even liv

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