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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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The speech before the manufacturers group came just two days after Trump and congressional Republicans released their tax reform framework, which consists of sweeping cuts to marginal tax rates for both individuals and businesses.
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.
The reform plan lowers taxes for taxpayers in the top quintile because of the reduction in top marginal tax rates relative to current law.
Clinton's tax plans include increasing the marginal tax rates for taxpayers with incomes of more than $5 million, a new 30% minimum tax (the Buffett Rule), and the restoration of the estate tax to its 2009 parameters.
The Relationship Between Marginal Tax Rates and Cliff Effects B.
More specifically, I try to answer three questions: (1) How do average and marginal tax rates affect entrepreneurship in OECD countries?
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.
In September 2012, seven weeks before the presidential election-one in which top marginal tax rates were a major policy difference between the two major-party candidates--the Congressional Research Service (CRS) published a paper (Hungerford 2012) suggesting that there is no empirical evidence that top marginal tax rates impact U.
The rise in marginal tax rates for high-income earners raised tax payments, which meant that both nominal and real disposable income fell by a larger 4 percent," Dales said.
It will be taken away on a sliding scale where mothers or fathers earn between PS50,000 and PS60,000 - causing a significant rise in marginal tax rates for those families.
Individuals' ages are typically more important than their marginal tax rates in determining how much they benefit from deferred taxation of compensation contributed to employer-provided retirement plans.
That is, increasing marginal tax rates does not necessarily translate into additional tax revenue.