Thank you for taking the time to learn more about how Carbon Washington's proposal would impact your household

We'll ask you a few questions about yourself and your expenses in order to best calculate how your household would be affected. We encourage you to skip around and to change your estimates to see how that affects the result.

For the best estimate, please answer all questions. The calculator will by default assume a value of 0 for all blank fields, which will affect the accuracy your results.

Curious about how we calculated a value? Check out the icons for more detail.

Select which estimate of your annual sales tax you would like to use:

If you are sure that your annual household income of $0 does not qualify for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), please skip to Gasoline and Diesel Usage

Choose an estimate of how much federal Earned Income Tax Credit you qualify for:

Use our estimate of $0.

Enter your own estimate of your federal EITC:

How much gasoline does your household use? Amounts for diesel vehicle, boat, and small plane fuel/mileage should also be included in the inputs for this section. Please choose **one** of these three calculation options:

Remember to add up the miles for each person. Example: The Smiths, a family of 3, flew from Seattle to Los Angeles, which is 1000 miles. 3 people x 1000 miles = 3000.

miles

How much energy does your home use? Please complete the steps below:

Is payment for your utility bill split among several people?

Do you know your home's energy usage in units of therms, kWh, etc. (from utility bills or another source)?

therms of natural gas

gallons of fuel oil

kWh of electricity

Natural gas

Fuel oil

Electricity

Wood or wood pellets

Other/don't know (we will assume you use natural gas.)

For example, if your home uses half the energy of an average home, enter "50". If your home uses twice the energy of an average home, enter "200"

%We estimate that your household's additional tax **savings** as a result of implementing I-732 would total $0 per year.

We estimate that your household's additional tax **payments** as a result of implementing I-732 would total $0 per year.

In total we estimate your household would an additional $0 per year as a result of implementing I-732.

Interested in how we reached that conclusion? Check out the sections below.

With a 1 percentage point reduction in sales tax, we estimate that your household would save $0 per year.

We estimate that your household would qualify for a state Working Families Rebate of $0 per year.

We estimate that your household would spend $0 more per year due to carbon taxes on gasoline.

We estimate that your household would spend $0 more per year due to carbon taxes on jet fuel.

We estimate that your household would spend this much more due to carbon taxes on fossil fuel sources for home energy:

Thank you! You can go back and change any information to see how it affects your results. If you have any feedback about this website, please contact us at carbon@cs.washington.edu.