tax reform

No Tax on Food

No Income Tax for Sr. Citizens

No Income Tax for Sr. Citizens

Ever. Enough said.


No. Seriously. No taxes on food.

No Income Tax for Sr. Citizens

No Income Tax for Sr. Citizens

No Income Tax for Sr. Citizens

I will introduce a bill to exempt all Utahns, 70-yrs-old and older, from state income tax, once they have been a resident of Utah for at least 5 consecutive years.


Example:  If you move to Utah on your 66th birthday, you stop paying state income tax at age 71. 


You've done your part. Enjoy retirement.

10% Tax on Political Campaigns

No Income Tax for Sr. Citizens

10% Tax on Political Campaigns

Politicians need "extra experience" in paying taxes so they know what it is like for struggling Utahns.


I will introduce a bill requiring all political candidates to pay a 10% tax on all gross donations to their campaigns.

No Tax at Small Businesses

No Sales Tax on Efficient Vehicles

10% Tax on Political Campaigns

Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy.


I will introduce a bill to remove sales tax from any purchase made at a business which had less than $500,000 in gross revenue in the previous calendar year.


We need Mom and Pop to start businesses. Giving them a small advantage over gigantic corporate competitors will help get them started and stable. 

Incentives for Paying High Wages

No Sales Tax on Efficient Vehicles

No Sales Tax on Efficient Vehicles

I will introduce a bill to give a tax break to Utah businesses for every person it employs who is paid 150%-or-more than the per-capita wage in their county.


For example, the per-capita income in Davis County is $30,000, I would give a company a payroll tax break for every employee earning $45,000 or more.

No Sales Tax on Efficient Vehicles

No Sales Tax on Efficient Vehicles

No Sales Tax on Efficient Vehicles

I will introduce a bill to exempt from state sales tax:


The purchase of any new vehicle with 45mpg+ fuel efficiency


The purchase of any electric vehicle


Any purchase where the consumer is trading in a vehicle with less than 18mpg, and purchasing a vehicle with at least 30mpg.