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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 statutory income tax rates differ significantly by states.
In its latest Corporate Tax Rate Report, WalletHub analyzed the annual reports for the largest and most established companies on the stock market, aka the S&P 100, in order to determine their tax rates at the state, federal and international levels.
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In about two months or so, the City Council will hold its annual tax classification hearing and set Worcester's tax rates for this fiscal year.
Mirroring the trends seen in past years, corporate and indirect tax rates around the world are in a constant state of change as governments look to increase indirect rates to raise revenue but to fall corporate tax rates to attract investment.
In sharp contrast, the corporate tax rates of other developed nations have declined substantially.
Using the companies' own analyses of their effective tax rates, the average rate was 26 percent in fiscal 2010, and 19 percent over three years.
The purpose of this article is to put changes in the income tax rates over the past century into perspective and to highlight the fact that, even if one accepts that taxes may be inevitable, high tax rates are not.
1(g) (the kiddie tax) are designed to minimize the family income tax advantage obtained when (1) parents gift assets to a child, (2) the investment income is taxed at the child's lower income tax rates and (3) family wealth increases.
Since the latest statewide figures show that local property taxes account for 57 percent of all public education revenue, the gaping differences--between local property tax rates and the money these taxes generate--lie at the heart of what many contend is one of the nation's most inequitable school funding systems.
Review the competitiveness of the Canadian corporate income tax structure, especially the tax rates, and encourage the provinces to follow suit with a review of their income, capital, and sales tax regimes; encourage the provinces to harmonize their sales tax systems with the GST, as well.