Tax study finds it's rotten to be poor in Seattle (but great to be rich)
Seattle sees itself as a progressive city. Then there are those taxes ...
A nationwide study of 51 cities says Seattle is the fourth worst for taxes if you’re poor. But if you’re rich, it’s the fourth best.
Gene Balk, the data-reporting FYI Guy of the Seattle Times, wrote about the study and told KUOW's Kim Malcolm about the disparity for the poor (defined as a family of three earning $25,000).