Detroit City Income tax for residents is 2.5%, and for non-residents is 1.25%, while in Chicago, it is 0% for both.
What are people's feelings on this? I am not crazy about tax reform, but it seems to me that these taxes actually do deter people from living in the city.
Lowering the resident income tax to equal the non-resident tax would entice people who work in the city to live in the city, or so I seem to think. Any chance this happens under Bing's administration?