Who directly benefits from Gianforte tax cuts in Montana?

Income, property-tax cuts — and, one big increase

If you earn $25,000 in annual taxable income – and about 40 percent of Montanans make that much, or less – Gov. Greg Gianforte’s income tax-cut proposal will give you a tax reduction of $9.

But if you make $100,000 in taxable income, that break goes up to $122.

And if you’re among the few fortunate Montanans who earn $1 million in taxable income, you’d get a reduction of $1,472.

But these impacts are from just one element of the new Republican governor’s tax-cut package.

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