Mary Taylor on Tax Reform
Reduce personal income tax; eliminate franchise tax
As a state legislator, Taylor was instrumental in passing Ohio's 2005 tax reform package that reduced personal income taxes by 21 percent. The measure also eliminated the tangible personal property tax, the corporate franchise tax and the inventory tax
imposed on businesses. She was a member of the House Finance, Ways and Means, and Education committees and was recognized by the United Conservatives of Ohio as a "Watchdog of the Treasury."
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation's largest small-business group, also named Taylor a "Guardian of Small Business" for her outstanding voting record on behalf of Ohio's small-business owners.
Taylor began her career in 1990 with a national accounting firms. She served as director of another firm's tax department and senior manager of the employee benefits practice.
Source: 2018 OH Governor campaign website governor.ohio.gov
, Mar 11, 2017
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