“I’ve been urging my co-workers to support the Governor’s revenue plan for months now and I look forward to talking to even more voters this fall and help get it passed” said Melvin Orphey, Jr, Pharmacy Technician, Los Angeles County.
Orphey single handedly collected more than 500 signatures to help get Prop. 30 on the November ballot.
Prop. 30 asks those who earn the most to temporarily pay more on income exceeding $500,000. Families earning below $500,000 will pay no additional income taxes. Prop. 30’s income tax provisions affect roughly 1% of all California tax filers.
- 1 % more for income between $250,000 and $300,000 for individuals ($500,000 and $600,000 for joint filers).
- 2% more for income between $300,000 and $500,000 for individuals ($600,000 and $1,000,000 for joint filers).
- 3% more for income over $500,000 for individuals ($1,000,000 for joint filers).
- A temporary ¼ of one percent increase in sales taxes (which is lower than we paid in 2011).
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all the Government Relations Department at 213-368-8602.