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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: bracket - a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income
bracket - a category falling within certain defined limits
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Review the federal tax brackets and determine what marginal tax bracket you are in.
A notable difference when comparing individual taxes to trust taxes continues to be the compressed tax brackets of trusts.
Final Decision on Tax Brackets and Other Sunsetting Tax Provisions Will Determine Ultimate 2013 Tax Obligations
2, 2009 (CENS)--Local people will enjoy major cuts for personal income tax next year, totaling NT$30 billion in amount, due to reduction in tax rates and increase in tax brackets.
The current proposal in Salem would add two new tax brackets for Oregonians in the economic stratosphere: 10.
Four out of 10 people thought the increase was being driven by stealth taxes, while 24 per cent blamed the higher sums they were handing over to the taxman on changes to income tax brackets.
Taxpayers in the 10% or 15% tax brackets will have their capital gains and dividends taxed at zero from 2008-2010.
Proposition 63 - a tax increase on high-income earners and S-chapter corporations to fund mental health services, this multibillion-dollar tax increase over five years exacerbates our state's volatile reliance on the upper tax brackets, with no rhyme or reason why this revenue source should pay for this program.
Rebalancing your portfolio before the end of the year is even more critical this year because the capital gains and dividend rates have been reduced to 15% for the four highest tax brackets and to 5% for the two lowest tax brackets.
To the extent that increases in income take place purely through inflation, those increases fall within progressively higher tax brackets.