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tax rate

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(Economics) the percentage of income, wealth, etc, assessed as payable in taxation
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Noun1.tax rate - rate used to calculate tax liability
charge per unit, rate - amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
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his successors extended this to assert that marginal rates should drop
However, the Centre has decided to cut-off the marginal rates which has brought down the implant rates to an extent that today even a mediocre would be confident to go for knee implantation.
Since the enactment of the National Internal Revenue Code (NIRC) in 1997, the marginal rates of the estate tax in the country are historically low, at a top rate of twenty percent (20%).
6] modified the classic additive DEA model and from the optimal slack values of this model they derived the marginal rates and elasticities of substitution.
5Y), with marginal rates of substitution at those points 1 and .
A If you pension share then a proportion of your fund is transferred to her and any pension income you each receive is taxed at your individual marginal rates.
After April next year, he reports that those over 55 will be able to access the entirety of their pension funds, subject to income tax at marginal rates.
e penalty for removing cash from a pension above the 25% tax-free lump sum was 55% tax and this has been abolished and replaced by individual's marginal rates of tax.
For bond market, analysts anticipate a moderation in marginal rates for the debt re-openings on the back of likely favourable investor sentiment especially against the backdrop of recently rebased GDP as debt to GDP ratio decreased significantly.
In a November New York Times op-ed piece, Buffett once again called for increasing marginal rates on taxpayers making $500,000 or more, plus a minimum tax on high incomes: 30 percent on taxable income between $1 million and $10 million, and 35 percent on incomes above $10 million.
An increase in marginal rates makes retirement savings plans more attractive.
Between 1951 and 1954, when the capital gains rate was 25 percent and marginal rates on dividends reached 91 percent in extreme cases, I sold securities and did pretty well.

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