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HB 2032 - Reduces Certain Income Tax Rates - Key Vote

Oklahoma Key Votes

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Legislation - Signed (Executive) -

Title: Reduces Certain Income Tax Rates

Legislation - Concurrence Vote Passed (House) (59-35) - (Key vote)

Title: Reduces Certain Income Tax Rates

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

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Legislation - Bill Passed With Amendment (Senate) (32-14) - (Key vote)

Title: Reduces Certain Income Tax Rates

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Project Vote Smart staff and volunteers are working hard to produce a clear and accurate summary of the contents of the bill. At this time, we have posted the voting record for HB 2032 so you can see how the office holder representing you has voted on this piece of legislation. We will have a detailed summary available as soon as possible.

For further status information, call the Voter's Research Hotline at 1-888-VOTE-SMART (1-888-868-3762).

Note:

NOTE: A BILL WITH AN EMERGENCY CLAUSE REQUIRES A SEPARATE TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR THE CLAUSE TO PASS. IF THE CLAUSE IS PASSED, THE BILL GOES INTO EFFECT IMMEDIATELY UPON THE GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE.

Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (65-30) - (Key vote)

Title: Reduces Certain Income Tax Rates

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that reduces the state income tax rate for certain brackets.

Highlights:
  • Amends the state income tax rates for single individuals and married individuals filing separately for all tax years beginning January 1, 2014 as follows (Sec. 1):
    • Current state income tax rates:
      • 0.5 percent on the first $1,000 of income;
      • 1 percent on the next $1,500 of income;
      • 2 percent on the next $1,250 of income;
      • 3 percent on the next $1,150 of income;
      • 4 percent on the next $2,300 of income;
      • 5 percent on the next $1,500 of income; and
      • 5.24 percent on all remaining income.
    • New state income tax rates:
      • 0.5 percent on the first $1,000 of income;
      • 1 percent on the next $1,500 of income;
      • 2 percent on the next $1,250 of income;
      • 3 percent on the next $1,150 of income;
      • 4 percent on the next $2,300 of income; and
      • 5 percent on all remaining income.
  • Amends the state income tax rates for married individuals filing jointly for all tax years beginning January 1, 2014 as follows (Sec. 1):
    • Current state income tax rates:
      • 0.5 percent on the first $2,000 of income;
      • 1 percent on the next $3,000 of income;
      • 2 percent on the next $2,500 of income;
      • 3 percent on the next $2,300 of income;
      • 4 percent on the next $2,400 of income;
      • 5 percent on the next $2,800 of income; and
      • 5.25 percent on all remaining income.
    • New state income tax rates:
      • 0.5 percent on the first $2,000 of income;
      • 1 percent on the next $3,000 of income;
      • 2 percent on the next $2,500 of income;
      • 3 percent on the next $2,300 of income;
      • 4 percent on the next $2,400 of income; and
      • 5 percent on all remaining income.
Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Reduces Certain Income Tax Rates

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