Iowans for Tax Relief: Major Licensing Reforms Deliver Opportunity

Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill that removes barriers to entering the workforce and makes Iowa more attractive to workers and businesses.

Iowans for Tax Relief: What Did Iowa’s Lawmakers Accomplish?

Iowans for Tax Relief provides a recap of the 2020 Iowa legislative session in light of sound tax policy, spending, transparency, and economic freedom.

Iowans for Tax Relief: Freeze Government Salaries

Iowans for Tax Relief: Families are forced to make tough financial decisions regularly, and our state leaders will have to do the same when they return to the Statehouse.

Government’s Moneyball is a Taxing Game

Iowans for Tax Relief: Iowa is in competition with the rest of the country, especially our Midwestern neighbors, to attract and retain people and businesses.

Government Wants to Ride in Your Car

Iowans for Tax Relief: A bill this legislative session provides a roadmap (terrible pun absolutely intended) to invade your privacy and use the tax code for social engineering.

We Are Only Limited By Our Imagination (and Government)

Iowans for Tax Relief: Iowa is the 2nd most licensed state in the country. This makes it more difficult and more expensive for Iowans to earn a living and fill high-demand jobs.

Iowans Want Tax Cuts Sooner Rather Than Later

Iowans for Tax Relief President Chris Ingstad called for income tax cuts, spending restraint, and occupational licensing and regulatory reform at Gov. Kim Reynolds’ public budget hearing.

Iowans for Tax Relief: Property Taxes Can Be Shocking

It is up to you and your neighbors to make local elected officials reconsider sitting back and reaping the windfall of increased property tax assessments.

Reynolds Signs Property Tax Transparancy​​​ Bill

SF 634 adds new steps to the city and county budget processes, aimed at clarifying intentions around property tax increases and giving citizens the opportunity to be heard.

What Did the Iowa Legislature Do on Behalf of Taxpayers?

Iowans for Tax Relief recaps the 2019 session of the 88th Iowa General Assembly on what the legislature did to advance sound fiscal policy.