State Revenue Disrupters in the Modern Age
Times have changed. Taxes have not. People consume differently, communicate by new means, travel in driverless cars, behave in unpredictable ways and live longer. These shifts have huge implications for state revenue systems. Systems—largely developed in the mid-20th century—that have not kept pace with the way people work and live now. Explore some of the biggest state revenue disrupters and how policymakers can prepare.