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State Tax Revenue Lost to Tax Abatement Programs 2020

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CAUTION: Due to the uneven disclosure rates among local governments and unfeasibility of complete data collection, the local revenue loss in this table does NOT represent the revenue foregone by all localities in a state and is thus NOT comparable across states. Click on each state for more details.

COLUMN DESCRIPTION:
Revenue loss reported by the state: foregone revenue at the state level, as reported by state governments
Revenue loss reported by select localities: foregone revenue at the local level, as reported by local governments
Number of reporting localities in record: the number of localities we have reviewed and included in the tabulation for "Revenue loss reported by select localities"
Total revenue loss tabulated so far: the sum of state-level revenue loss and local-level revenue loss tabulated so far

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State name Revenue loss reported by the state Revenue loss reported by select localities Number of reporting localities currently in record Total revenue loss tabulated so farsort icon
Alaska     0 $0
North Dakota     0 $0
West Virginia     0 $0
Wyoming     0 $0
New Mexico   $499,379 2 $499,379
New Hampshire $1,619,000 $287,920 2 $1,906,920
Minnesota $3,885,000   0 $3,885,000
Montana $6,476,000 $29,739 2 $6,505,739
Arizona   $7,095,241 3 $7,095,241
Idaho $7,949,697   1 $7,949,697
District of Columbia $11,918,000   0 $11,918,000
Nevada   $15,495,278 5 $15,495,278
South Carolina   $18,842,381 4 $18,842,381
South Dakota $19,300,000   0 $19,300,000
Delaware $20,367,000 $1,542,148 2 $21,909,148
Utah $23,316,000   0 $23,316,000
California   $27,200,000 1 $27,200,000
Maine $28,916,475   0 $28,916,475
Mississippi $29,845,000   0 $29,845,000
Hawaii   $31,157,000 1 $31,157,000
North Carolina $43,460,000   0 $43,460,000
Vermont $55,908,589   0 $55,908,589
Kansas $58,900,000   0 $58,900,000
Maryland $34,261,000 $29,401,000 1 $63,662,000
Arkansas $65,545,000   0 $65,545,000
Rhode Island $52,298,000 $23,016,483 3 $75,314,483
Georgia   $82,904,019 2 $82,904,019
Oregon $16,900,000 $72,849,867 5 $89,749,867
Oklahoma $121,253,000 $4,921,000 2 $126,174,000
Virginia $117,700,000 $9,621,364 3 $127,321,364
Kentucky $130,150,000 $8,607,212 1 $138,757,212
Wisconsin $141,900,000   0 $141,900,000
Colorado $144,889,400   0 $144,889,400
Alabama $139,154,000 $6,557,461 2 $145,711,461
Massachusetts $95,742,000 $87,510,000 3 $183,252,000
Indiana $184,775,498   0 $184,775,498
Connecticut $180,602,907 $39,988,081 4 $220,590,988
Nebraska $256,496,000   0 $256,496,000
Tennessee $224,140,000 $41,411,292 3 $265,551,292
Washington $271,590,000   0 $271,590,000
Ohio $310,113,000   0 $310,113,000
New Jersey $396,265,000 $29,796,191 1 $426,061,191
Louisiana $493,604,653   0 $493,604,653
Missouri $427,812,000 $112,473,589 5 $540,285,589
Pennsylvania $474,700,000 $202,892,168 1 $677,592,168
Michigan $652,900,000 $46,811,241 5 $699,711,241
Florida $775,783,000 $48,619 1 $775,831,619
Texas $1,152,670,000 $39,263,489 3 $1,191,933,489
New York $1,221,000,000 $3,967,564,974 4 $5,188,564,974
TABULATED TOTAL $8,394,105,219 $4,907,787,136 $13,301,892,355
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