A 55 CENTS CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE WILL HARM NEW YORK RETAILERS

1999-12-00

Report on the economic impact of a cigarette tax increase on New York retailers. Predicts that such an increase would lead to a steep increase in cigarette taxes nation wide. Anticipates cross border sales, increased sales on Indian reservations, and cigarette smuggling. Discusses commercial losses, convenience store losses, and the regressivity of such taxes.

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Subjects
DONATI,A
MARWICK,P
REID,R
WEXLER,J
LOR
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RE
AMERICAN ECONOMICS GROUP
BARENTS GROUP
CONVENIENCE STORE NEWS
DAILY NEWS
KPMG
NATL ASSN OF CONVENIENCE STORES
NY ASSN OF CONVENIENCE STORES
NY DAILY NEWS
NY STATE DEPT OF TAXATION
NY TIMES
PRICE WATERHOUSE
STATES
TAX FOUNDATION
US
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