The root of conservative budgeting in Iowa is a profound understanding that the burden of government is more accurately reflected in spending rather than in taxation or regulation.
Iowa continues to stand at the crossroads of fiscal conservativism, where balancing the budget isn’t a mere financial exercise but a deep-seated principle that resonates across the state’s governance. As part of this ongoing narrative, the dialogue around conservative budgeting within the state has intensified, particularly in…
City, county, school, and bond issues are on the ballot today. This poll season promises to bring some interesting races and decisions that hold the potential to reshape the future of Iowa’s political and economic…
Iowa must continue to build on its existing progress and address impending challenges effectively. Property tax remains a key area that needs urgent attention. For Iowa to get out of the bottom ten in property…
ITR Local: Your Property Tax Information Website The property tax burden in Iowa has been a growing concern. Frustration and discontent have steadily risen as local government spending continues to drive up the cost of…
Iowa voters are fed up with President Biden’s negative impact on this country. Voters have grown even more pessimistic about the country’s direction and have…
Tax Cuts Mean More Money in Your Pocket At an ITR event last week in Glenwood, a local business owner asked when Iowa’s corporate income…
What Does ITR Do?
The government takes too much of your money and time. That’s why Iowans for Tax Relief (ITR) works to:
- Educate Iowans about our solutions
- Activate Iowans in support of our solutions
- Influence elected officials to enact our solutions
So the government will get out of your pocket and off your back!
- Created a 3.9% flat individual income tax rate
- Eliminated state income taxes on retirement income
- Eliminated Iowa’s inheritance tax
- Set a path to reduce the corporate income tax from 9.8% to 5.5%
- Phased-out special tax incentives in the corporate tax code
“ITR has been fighting for Iowa taxpayers for over 40 years. I can’t tell you how important that is.
When ITR is at the Capitol, they are not working for just one business or industry. They represent ALL Iowa taxpayers.”
– Governor Kim Reynolds
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Stay updated on how elected officials spend your money. As the voice of the taxpayer, we will let you know when you should speak up.
Your Property Tax Bill:
The chart below shows the total property taxes collected by local governments across Iowa have grown much faster than the state’s population and inflation.
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