Public Revenue Education Council is again representing advocates of the land value tax (LVT) at the 2016 “Legislative Summit” of the National Council of State Legislatures. Legislators and their staffs have a lot of concerns, but for most, two of the top priorities are economic development and tax revenue. At our Booth 505 in the NCSL Exhibit Hall you can learn about one policy that achieves both.
While we are based in St. Louis, proponents able to assist with smart revenue policy are located throughout the United States and other countries.
Based in Indiana, our mission is to help concerned citizens and local officials throughout North America understand site value (land value), and learn the benefits and practicality of greater reliance on it as a revenue source. This is our new, not-yet-complete, web site. The domain name “trylvt” means that we suggest considering land value taxation (also known in some areas as “site value taxation”), as a revenue source in place of taxes on productive activity.