No one knows how the original estimate came to be so badly understated, but the IRS data clearly show that the number of pass-through entities increased by only 1.9 percent in the two years following the tax change.
No one knows how the original estimate came to be so badly understated, but the IRS data clearly show that the number of pass-through entities increased by only 1.9 percent in the two years following the tax change. Kathy Hagedorn
No one knows how the original estimate came to be so badly understated, but the IRS data clearly show that the number of pass-through entities increased by only 1.9 percent in the two years following the tax change. Kathy Hagedorn

Guest commentary: Debunking the myth of Kansas tax avoidance

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