DOR memo highlights tax hikes in Kooyenga’s transportation plan

A Wisconsin driver who owns a typical sedan would pay $39 more in taxes on their fuel purchases annually, while the owner of an SUV would pay $54 more a year, under Rep. Dale Kooyenga's transportation and tax plan.
In addition, a married couple with one child and an income of $50,000 that rents would pay $488 more in income and property taxes in 2019 under Kooyenga's proposal than they would under current law, according to a memo Revenue Secretary Rick Chandler prepared for Gov. Scott Walker.
That same couple would pay $388 more in 2029, when the Kooyenga package is fully phased in, according ...

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