Tax reform will help Louisville create opportunities for investment

Greater Louisville’s elected officials and business leaders have been busy in recent years implementing policies to create a more competitive and business-friendly environment. As many of our peer cities are seeing exorbitant housing prices and costs of doing business, Greater Louisville is seizing this opportunity to market our advantages in affordability, logistics and quality of life. Over the past year, the Kentucky General Assembly lowered the state’s personal income tax by a full percent and is working diligently to meet revenue triggers to further reduce it in the coming years. Plus, they have invested in innovative programs like the Kentucky Product Development Initiative, that are helping to make our state more attractive to corporate investment.

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