South Carolina's state revenue sources
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Ulbrich, Holley H.
Strom Thurmond Institute
Saltzman, Ellen Weeks
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 support current services. Federal aid supports specific programs and projects outside the state’s General Fund. In addition, bond issues make possible the construction of large capital projects through long-term debt financing.
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