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Minnesota Taxes

Sound state tax policy decisions can contribute to a more equitable state economy and ensure that there are enough resources to sustainably fund schools, health care, vibrant communities, and other building blocks of a durable prosperity that includes all Minnesotans, regardless of who they are or where they live.

Minnesota Taxes and Tax Plans Research

August 2021

Minnesota’s new FY 2022-23 budget takes important steps toward the recovery, falls short of transformational change

Policymakers had a critical task this session: to support and care for those struggling the most and start to build a more equitable recovery. Some important investments were made in the FY 2022-23 budget, but it ultimately fell short of what’s fully needed in this moment and for the long term.

March 2021

Who receives the Renters' Credit?

By providing property tax refunds to qualifying households, Minnesota helps bring down one of the costs of housing and creates a more equitable tax system. This issue brief provides data on the impact of the Renters’ Credit in each Minnesota county and for the state as a whole.

April 2019

Prioritize Minnesota workers and their families by expanding the Working Family Credit

Everyday, many hard-working families across Minnesota struggle to make ends meet. We also know that the state's future economic success depends on more Minnesotans participating in the workforce. A stronger Working Family Credit would support the work efforts of hundreds of thousands of working Minnesotans, get Minnesota children off to a stronger start, and make Minnesota taxes more equitable.

January 2017

Prioritize working families by strengthening the Working Family Credit

Despite an overall economic recovery, many hard-working families across Minnesota still struggle to make ends meet. We also know that the state's future economic success depends on more Minnesotans participating in the workforce. A stronger Working Family Credit would support the work efforts of hundreds of thousands of working Minnesotans, get Minnesota children off to a stronger start, and make Minnesota taxes fairer.

Minnesota Taxes Blog Posts

November 23, 2016

Tax credits for working Minnesotans an important area of common ground

The long election season that just concluded shone a spotlight on the economic insecurity facing many across our state a...

October 05, 2016

What matters more for competitiveness: Rankings or results?

It’s a good time to visit public finance expert Peter Fisher’s comprehensive work over at Grading the States , which...

May 23, 2016

2016 tax bill provisions focus on working Minnesotans

This legislative session, we’ve made the case that policymakers should take the opportunity to invest in broader...

May 13, 2016

Duluth business owners call for strengthening workforce with education investments

This is another story in a series that shares why small business owners believe it’s important to reinvest our budget...

Tax Credits for Workers and Families Research

March 2021

Who receives the Renters' Credit?

By providing property tax refunds to qualifying households, Minnesota helps bring down one of the costs of housing and creates a more equitable tax system. This issue brief provides data on the impact of the Renters’ Credit in each Minnesota county and for the state as a whole.

February 2020

Who receives the Renters' Credit? (TY 2016)

Through property tax refunds for homeowners and renters, Minnesota helps bring down one of the costs of housing and creates a more equitable tax system overall. This issue brief provides data about the Renters' Credit for each Minnesota county and for the state as a whole.

February 2020

Who receives the Working Family Credit?

Minnesota’s Working Family Tax Credit encourages and supports work, makes the tax system more equitable, and helps working people across the state to meet their basic needs and support their families. This issue brief provides information about the importance of the Working Family Credit to each Minnesota county.

April 2019

Prioritize Minnesota workers and their families by expanding the Working Family Credit

Everyday, many hard-working families across Minnesota struggle to make ends meet. We also know that the state's future economic success depends on more Minnesotans participating in the workforce. A stronger Working Family Credit would support the work efforts of hundreds of thousands of working Minnesotans, get Minnesota children off to a stronger start, and make Minnesota taxes more equitable.

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