The federal government will take a big bite out of the state’s tax code in 2018, when it’s projected to impose a new tax of nearly $4,000 per household on some residents.
The new tax on all taxpayers will be set by the president, who signed an executive order last month mandating that federal tax rates rise from 4.8 percent to 5.8.
That means most people in the states that make up most of the Trump tax base will pay more, because the president is expected to add to the federal tax burden in the coming years.
Tax experts said that if Trump’s tax cuts for individuals and businesses are fully implemented, it will be the biggest jump in federal taxes for years.
The Trump administration estimates the tax increase will add $1 trillion to the national debt over the next decade.
Some counties and cities that voted for Trump in 2016 have also voted for the GOP in the past.
But most counties and municipalities will see the largest jump in tax bills.
That includes the cities of Las Vegas, Las Vegas and Carson City, Nevada, which voted overwhelmingly for Trump.
That makes the biggest change to the tax code for those counties and some of the biggest winners.
Carson City’s tax rate is projected to rise from 7.75 percent to 9.25 percent over the coming decade, according to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau.
That’s a big increase for Carson City because it is one of the poorest places in the state.
Carson Mayor Mike Casca said he has no doubt that his city will benefit the most, as the city pays the most for the Trump administration’s tax changes.
Carson will also see a significant increase in the city’s property tax bills over the course of the next two years, from $2.3 million to $3.1 million, Casca told The Associated Press.
He said he expects Carson’s property taxes to rise an additional $100 million over the two-year period, because Carson will be responsible for about two-thirds of that increase.
In addition, Carson is likely to pay more in property taxes for the next 20 years than other communities that voted Trump, such as the communities of Bakersfield and Los Angeles.
That is because Carson pays more in taxes for government services and benefits than other cities, Cascaso said.
He pointed to the city government’s recent increase in property tax levies.
Carson’s tax increase, coupled with its strong job market and growth, will also have a direct impact on the state of California, which will also face more tax increases over the ensuing decade, the Legislative Finance Bureau projects.
The increase in taxes could also impact some counties that voted heavily for Trump last year.
The county of Santa Clara, for instance, is likely going to see the biggest increase in tax costs in 2018.
Its tax levy will rise from $1.9 million to nearly $3 million.
But Santa Clara is already one of California’s poorest counties and will have the highest property tax bill for that year, the tax bureau projects.
That could mean the county will face a higher property tax burden than some other areas, such the San Francisco Bay Area.
Other counties will likely see a slight drop in their tax bills as well.
The San Francisco area, for example, is expected have the biggest drop, with its property tax levy dropping from $4.9 to $2 million.
The most expensive counties in California, however, will be in Orange County, which is already experiencing a steep decline in tax revenue over the last decade.
The city of Orange County will see its property taxes fall by about $400 million over that time period.
The biggest jump for the Orange County tax bill is expected in 2019, the time frame when the county is expected for the most changes.
That would be due to the state passing a major tax cut in 2019.
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