Study finds the wealthy pay a lesser share of their income in taxes in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – The greater your income in Rhode Island, the less of it you pay in state and local taxes, a new study finds. The top one percent of Rhode Islanders [those making more than $467,700 a year] pay 7.9 percent of their income in total state and local taxes, while the bottom 20 percent…

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