high-income


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high-income

adj
(of a person) earning a higher than average income(of a financial instrument) providing a higher than average income
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Ultimately, they analyzed 125 adult studies: 82 from high-income countries and 43 from low- to middle-income countries (LMIC), and 51 pediatric studies, of which 33 were from high-income countries and 18 from LMIC.
Doing Business 2017: Equal Opportunity for All, released today, also finds that high-income OECD economies continue to offer the most efficient regulatory framework for entrepreneurs and continue to carry out reforms to further improve their competitiveness.
Sweden, June 14 -- The World Health Organization states that hundred and eight million blood donations are collected globally of which half are in high-income countries.
High-income uninsured people may have been more likely to gain health coverage from employer plans in 2014 than from issuers of individual health coverage.
The Service will continue to improve collection efforts and plans to pay particular attention to high-income individuals, unincorporated businesses, exempt organizations and transactions with an international element.
1) In 1988-1992, the infant mortality rate in high-income neighborhoods of Manhattan was 56% lower than the rate in low-income neighborhoods; the difference grew to 61% in 1993-1997.
SB/SE Commissioner Dale Hart told the board that the division continues to align its resources with its strategic priorities: identifying and pursuing promoters of abusive tax avoidance schemes, high-income/ high-risk taxpayers, high-income non-filers and taxpayers who fail to report income.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-4 June 2003-Finnish high-income earners hit hard by income tax - report(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Middle- and high-income neighborhoods provide better access to reading materials.
Ventura County is a high-income area where high-income people can live comfortably and where people of low income have a hard time,'' he said.
The tax authority in turn never audits a high report, and chooses a mixed auditing strategy so as to make a high-income taxpayer indifferent between truthfully reporting high income and falsely reporting low income.
Definitions of these two terms are not provided, but the bill's sponsor says high-income means $100,000 or more annually.

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