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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 second, with two variants, would reduce statutory tax rates on income earned by middle-class households.
Because TV is reset to SEV when a property is sold, a homeowner's effective tax rate becomes a function of the length of tenure, growth property value, the inflation rate, and the statutory tax rate.
Camp's proposal would assess a top statutory tax rate of 10% for single filers with taxable income less than $37,400 and joint filers with taxable income less than $74,800, and all other taxpayers would pay a statutory tax rate of 25%.
1-percent combined state and federal statutory tax rate applicable to Apple's net income, the highest such rate in the developed world.
These limited incentives, coupled with the top corporate statutory tax rate of 35% and top individual rate of 39.
With the Tax Reform Act of 1986, however, the United States lowered its corporate statutory tax rate to 34%, well below the average of other OECD member countries.
18) The simple bivariate relationship is illustrated with a series of scatter diagrams in which each point represents the top statutory tax rate and a measure of economic growth for a particular year (from 1945 to 2010).
In this section, the total amount of each type of income is disaggregated into cells defined by the statutory tax rate brackets (corporate statutory income tax brackets are provided for reference in Figure C).
At the same time, the Congress may wish to consider measures to ameliorate the potential increase in the tax burden on employers, such as lowering the FUTA statutory tax rate or increasing the FUTA tax credit.
These investors and analysts do not believe that a company can sustainably outperform the firm's statutory tax rate.
When the statutory tax rate is utilized, this risk has to be additionally incorporated into the discount rate, since, e.
Throughout the 1990s Germany had the highest statutory tax rate among OECD countries.