Americans Against Double Taxation 

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Americans Against Double Taxation

Americans Against Double Taxation is a coalition of state and local government organizations, service providers and other stakeholders dedicated to protecting the state and local tax deduction (SALT), a federal tax deduction claimed by 44 million American taxpayers that supports vital investments in infrastructure, public safety, home ownership and education.

As the debate around tax reform heats up, there are several misperceptions and inaccuracies being advanced about the deduction for state and local taxes (SALT).


Myths vs. Facts

Below is a collection of resources provided by our coalition members.


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Summary of NAR Study on Tax Reform 

From the National Association of Realtors

The Impact of Eliminating the State and Local Deduction

From the Government Finance Officers Association

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Impact of Tax Reform Options on Owner-Occupied Housing

From the National Association of Realtors

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Media Inquires

New Analysis: Middle-Class Suburban Homeowners Will Get Tax Hike Under Brady Bill  

National Governors Association

National Association of Counties 

National League of Cities 

U.S. Conference of Mayors 

International City/County Management Association 

Government Finance Officers Association 

Council of State Governments 

National Conference of State Legislatures 

National Association of REALTORS 

AASA, The School Superintendents Association 

National School Boards Association 

Association of Educational Service Agencies

Coalition Members

National Association of Police Organizations

Association of School Business Officials, International

National Rural Education Association

National Rural Education Advocacy Consortium

National Education Association

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees

International Association of Fire Fighters

International Association of Fire Chiefs

American Federation of Teachers

National Sheriffs’ Association

Service Employees International Union

National Association of Towns and Townships

Interactive County & State SALT Deduction Maps

From the National Association of Counties

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Homeowner Tax Calculator

Calculate the change in taxes resulting from the proposed tax plan, which eliminates the SALT deduction, for the average homeowner in any zip code in the United States.


Analysis Reveals Who Will Pay For The Loss of SALT’s $1.1 Trillion JTC Revenue Estimate

WASHINGTON – A new analysis of the congressional tax plan finds that many middle-class homeowners will see their taxes go up as much as $6,167 next year, and rise by another $600 once the family flexibility credit expires at the end of 2022, according to data released today by Americans Against Double Taxation. These increases not only will hit suburban homeowners in New York, New Jersey and California, but also will cause taxes to rise in suburbs across the country including in Virginia, Minnesota, Utah, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan.

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