How many states have embraced Education Savings Accounts?
April 15 is coming up; get the facts on taxes.
Have you viewed the Foundation’s transportation video?
Does this feel like the worst tax season ever?
How do low energy prices affect Georgia?
It’s Friday! Events March 18: “Federalism, The Rule of Law and Regulatory Excess,” is the topic of the Foundation’s Leadership Breakfast with Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens. $30. Find out more here. Register online by Monday, March 16, here. Quotes of Note “If you look at the Akamai State of the Internet report … or other objective data, there’s no question that America is better off, especially considering our relatively lower population density – in terms of deployment, speeds, prices, whatever metric you choose. Moreover, if you look at investment, … Continue Reading →
How’s Atlanta’s Streetcar doing?
What’s happening to millennials and American workers?
In honor of National School Choice Week, a focus on school choice.
Hiking cigarette tax, offering tax incentives?
What happened to 2015 tuition tax credit scholarship donations?
Who’s on top in the global economic rankings? Not us!
It’s Friday! Quotes of Note “I want the people of America to be able to work less for the government – and more for themselves. I want them to have the rewards of their own industry. This is the chief meaning of freedom. Until we can reestablish a condition under which the earnings of the people can be kept by the people, we are bound to suffer a very severe and distinct curtailment of our liberty.” – President Calvin Coolidge, August 11, 1924 “[E]very single day, I’m looking for how … Continue Reading →
Where does Georgia rank on tax rates?
Over the next 18 years, roughly 8,000 people a day will join the ranks of the over-65 population, changing the definition of “old” and transforming transportation.
Savings vs. costs under the Affordable Care Act.
One more reason Georgia needs tax reform
Self-driving cars could soon be in Fayette County.
Who’s about to get health care coverage cancelled?
The state’s education spending has changed with the economy, not because of politics.