Tax and Fiscal


A comprehensive tax policy can positively or negatively alter the course of a region’s future and before the effects of tax reform take hold, dynamic fiscal analysis can provide guidelines for the designated costs and benefits.

Taxes work as a revenue stream for local, state, and federal government entities and dynamic fiscal analysis is a valuable tool in law makers’ arsenals for understanding and expecting changes in their financial surplus. Tax reform and fiscal legislation have been evaluated by REMI’s models for more than 25 years.

Taxation researchers and analysts utilize Tax-PI to study proposed changes to sales tax, imports and exports, state income tax, incentives, and deductions. Tax reform doesn’t only impact available revenue as it can also have indirect effects on consumption and employment.

REMI has been the choice for policy makers nationwide as they attempt to closely examine and forecast the fiscal impacts of prospective plans and programs pertaining to their economies.

REMI studies range from corporate tax to film production incentives, from sin taxes to the postal rate increase.

Relevant Studies

This REMI Tax-PI analysis of the Big River Steel Project in Osceola, Arkansas of Mississippi County for the Arkansas...

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Ernst & Young MD Tax and Fiscal September 13, 2007

Ernst & Young analyzed the economic and fiscal impacts of possible changes to Maryland’s state tax policy...

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The economic and fiscal benefits of the presence of the University of Connecticut Health Center to the economies of...

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