DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds proposed a flat tax that she said will keep the state on track in 2022 and beyond.
The Republican governor touched on many ideas on Tuesday night, from introducing education reform to renewable energy. However, The number one item on her list for 2022 was introducing a “flat and fair” income tax of 4% for Iowans.
Reynolds said this will keep people in and attract more people to live in Iowa, all while boosting local economies.
“Yes, we’ll have less to spend once a year at the Capitol, but we’ll see it spent every single day on Main Streets, in grocery stores, and at restaurants across Iowa,” Reynolds said. “We’ll put our faith in Iowans, and they won’t let us down.”