Local taxation in Louisiana: Alternatives for local public support of child care
This study examines the different methods local governments can use to leverage their power of taxation to meet child care needs in their district. There is not a one-size-fits-all approach for generating revenue at the local level. However, this document is designed as a resource to help local leaders consider which approach may be best given a jurisdiction’s tax base, its administrative capacity, how a tax could impact residents, and the different methods for creating and structuring tax districts. (author abstract)
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Local taxation in Louisiana: Alternatives for local public support of child care [Executive summary]