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    • Act 388 and the minimum guarantee 

      Saltzman, Ellen W.; Ulbrich, Holley H.; Jim Self Center on the Future (2014-01)
      Act 388 of 2006 provided relief to South Carolina homeowners from school property taxes, resulting in a substantial shift in state education funds among school districts. This report focuses on only one aspect of Act 388, ...
    • Act 388 revisited 

      Saltzman, Ellen Weeks; Ulbrich, Holley H.; Jim Self Center on the Future (2012-11-30)
      This report reviews the effects of homeowner school propert tax relief in South Carolina. The impact of tax relief on the level of school district funding and its composition is examined statewide and at the district ...
    • Ensuring a competitive revenue system for South Carolina : findings and conclusions from an evaluation of the South Carolina revenue system 

      Ulbrich, Holley H.; Strom Thurmond Institute (South Carolina State Library, 2005-11-18)
      The Strom Thurmond Institute explored government revenue in South Carolina from multiple perspectives: theoretical, historical, institutional, economic, political, and statistical. The research compared levels and distribution ...
    • Principles of a good revenue system 

      Ulbrich, Holley H.; Jim Self Center on the Future (2010-06)
      Every state has a revenue system, which consists of the sources tapped to fund state and local public services. Ideally, public policy should be concerned with the design of the system as a whole, rather than focusing ...
    • School district organization and governance in South Carolina 

      Ulbrich, Holley H.; Jim Self Center on the Future (2010-03-11)
      This paper examines the structure and governance of public education in South Carolina at both the state and local levels. We are particularly concerned with the local dimensions: the number and sizes of districts, the ...
    • South Carolina's state revenue sources 

      Ulbrich, Holley H.; Strom Thurmond Institute; Saltzman, Ellen Weeks (South Carolina State Library, 2006-05)
      The state of South Carolina relies on a diverse group of own-source revenue instruments, including individual and corporate income taxes, a retail sales tax, excise taxes, and other taxes, fees, and service charges, to ...
    • The fiscal sustainability of the South Carolina revenue and expenditure system, 1997-2010 

      Ulbrich, Holley H.; Strom Thurmond Institute (South Carolina State Library, 1997-11-17)
      This fiscal sustainability project was undertaken in order to offer a basis for assessing the budgetary impact of recent and proposed legislative policy actions that might affect either state revenue or state expenditures. ...
    • The fiscal sustainability of the South Carolina revenue and expenditure system, 1998-2010 

      Ulbrich, Holley H.; Strom Thurmond Institute (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03-15)
      In 1997, a team of researchers from the Strom Thurmond Institute generated projections of South Carolina General fund revenues and expenditures through fiscal year 2009-10, based on plausible assumptions about inflation, ...