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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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And either Walker, even after eight years as governor of a state that levies a progressive income tax, doesn't understand how marginal tax rates work or he understands perfectly and was deliberately misleading those children.
In a recent (https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887324705104578151601554982808) opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal, Peter Schiff pointed out that in 1958, there were six different tax brackets with marginal tax rates of 81% or higher, and they kicked in at income greater than $140,000 (about $1.2 million today) for married couples.
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Although the 20 percent top tax rate on qualified dividends and long-term capital gains was not changed, the lower marginal tax rates indirectly lower capital gains and dividend tax rates for some taxpayers who are not subject to the 20 percent top rate.
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In the first paper, Alan Auerbach, Laurence Kotlikoff, Darryl Koehler, and Manni Yu take a lifetime perspective on the marginal tax rates facing older individuals and families arising from a comprehensive set of sources.
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The paper's first novelty is that it uses for the first time original data for marginal tax rates from a group of European South-Eastern countries, i.e., Albania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Hungary, Romania, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.