MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Gov. Scott Walker says it's reasonable to expect an income tax cut he plans to propose in the state budget will be around $342 million.
Walker says how much that level of cut would mean to taxpayers is still being worked out. He made his comments Tuesday following a speech at the Wisconsin Technology Council.
Walker says the tax cut would come out to about a $200 savings per family, but details were still being worked out as to how it would be applied to various income levels.
The $342 million Walker is eying for the income tax cut is how much money the state is currently projected to have in a budget surplus.
Walker is expected to release his budget next month.
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