On the first Monday of every February, Oklahomans wait with bated breath to hear from the governor on how the state is doing. Well, maybe not all Oklahomans, but certainly those in business, government and politics.
In her State of the State Address, one of Gov. Mary Fallin’s recommendations was to eliminate the corporate income tax, which will reduce red tape for small businesses and boost economic development. If passed, no longer will the Legislature have to pick winners and losers with specific tax credits.
Check out her tax restructuring plan to properly fund education, public safety, health and infrastructure.