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Gov. Reynolds today released the following statement today in response to the bipartisan vote to pass HF2317:  


“When I took office, Iowa had the sixth-highest individual income tax rate in the nation at 8.98%. I believed Iowans deserved better. Since then, I’ve worked with the Legislature across multiple sessions to make transformative changes to our tax code, let Iowans keep more of their hard-earned money, and make our state more competitive. Today’s bipartisan, consensus bill shrinks individual income tax rates to a flat and fair 3.9%, the fourth-lowest in the nation. It eliminates state income tax on retirement income, overhauls our corporate tax system, and accelerates the incredible momentum we’ve built since 2018.  

There’s never been a better time in Iowa for bold, sustainable tax reform. This bill rewards work, takes care of our farmers, and supports our retirees, all while protecting key state priorities. Iowans will reinvest these dollars in our economy, communities will prosper, and families will rest a little easier. Once again, we’re putting our faith in Iowans, and they won’t let us down.”  

Author: Press Release

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  1. I like the idea of no income tax on retirees’ pension and social security. Property taxes are smothering us seniors. Burlington taxes took a serious jump last year, the city hired an outside appraisal company and they really put it to us. They said this year will be the same as last year or slightly less.


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