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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Brazer Scores State's Tax Str

ucture
ENGINEERSAND SCIENTIS'
taxes does not vary with output
or income in-the short run, but epA'sent-Camfisedntort.
iepresents a fixed cost." n AOaIi
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and mental health, which now
account for more than half the
General Fund expenditures.
Structure Important
State-imposed taxes on business,
of "minor importance" 10 years
ago, total about $260 million an-
nually, he said. More than half
this amount stems from new taxes
adopted by the state since 1950.
"The structure of business taxes
may be. quite as important as their
.evel," Brazer commented. "The
largest part of Michigan's business

-moreover, taxes imposed on
comparable business firms vary
substantially, depending on local
property tax rates, assessment
practices, the way in which an
individual firm is organized and
other factors."
Brazer estimated that the total
state and local taxes on Michi-
gan industry average 14 cents an
hour epr employee.

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