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Laura Kelly Has a Stash of Cash

See How Much Of It Is Yours and Why We Must Simplify the Kansas Tax Code

Laura Kelly is stashing your hard-earned cash as Kansas ranks in the top 10 highest taxed states in the nation. Our state budget has increased over 50% in the last decade, but more and more Kansans are finding it harder to make ends meet.

Kansas’s multi-level income tax code is too complicated, discouraging work, savings, and living the American Dream. With the cost-of-living skyrocketing, Kansans deserve their cash back.

Use this calculator to compare your current tax rate based on your income with the new proposed single tax rate of 5.25%*

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Your Share of Laura Kelly’s Stashed Cash
Disclaimer: The tax liability estimates provided below are based on assumptions and pertain to line 8 on the Kansas Individual Income Tax K-40 form. These assumptions encompass scenarios involving a single filer with no dependents opting for the standard deduction and a married couple filing jointly also utilizing the standard deduction. Changes incorporated to calculate the "New Tax Liability" include adjustments such as increasing the standard deduction by the cost-of-living index determined under Section 1(f)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, applying a taxable income exemption of $6,150 for a single filer and an exemption of $12,300 for a married couple filing jointly, augmenting the personal exemption, and consolidating the existing three tax brackets into a single rate of 5.25%. It's crucial to recognize that individual circumstances may vary, and these estimates may not precisely reflect the actual tax liabilities incurred by every taxpayer. Therefore, it is advised to seek guidance from a qualified tax professional or consult the official tax guidelines for personalized tax advice and accurate calculations.