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Join Assemblymember Phil Ting's Reset San Francisco!

Tax Reform

With ongoing budget deficits in San Francisco and with the influx of tech and global capital, Resetting San Francisco starts with a return to sound fiscal policy and fair tax reform.The city certainly needs to do a better job with the money we have now. Increasing efficiency and collecting delinquent revenue can go a long way toward helping close our our budget gap, which is projected to be $340 million in 2017-18.

Now This Is Stimulus You Can Believe In

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Imagine if there were a federal program with millions of dollars set-aside just for California’s working families, where each family could fill out one form and get up to $5,666 …
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San Francisco Pension Reform: A Tale of Two Proposals

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Mayor Lee Jeff Adachi

  • Cap pensions at $195,000

Cap pensions at $140,000 Raise retirement age for new hires Raise retirement age for public safety employees from 55 …
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Time to get pensions under control-there is only one pot

By  •  Tax Reform

I know this is controversial.  First of all I love our city.  We are a little quirky but we have a clean, friendly city that is moderately easy to get …
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Beyond the “Band-Aid” for Our State and Local Budgets
6 years ago

Beyond the “Band-Aid” for Our State and Local Budgets

As San Francisco struggles to find common sense solutions to our ongoing budget deficits, we must start addressing the underlying problems in our finances and not just apply the type …
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System Failure: California’s Prop 13

By  •  Tax Reform

Facts: 1. In virtually every county, commercial property is paying a far smaller share of the property tax since Proposition 13 passed in 1978. 2.  Commercial property is able to …
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Prop 13

By  •  Tax Reform

I am in huge support of closing the loophole in Prop 13 and making our state tax system run more efficiently. I can’t believe it’s taken this long, despite a …
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