higher rate

higher rate

n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) (in Britain) a rate of income tax that is higher than the basic rate and becomes payable on taxable income in excess of a specified limit
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Secondly, let there be certain persons licensed, to lend to known merchants, upon usury at a higher rate; and let it be with the cautions following.
And at the rate of that handsome sum of money per annum, and at no higher rate, you are to live until the donor of the whole appears.
In Rabourdin's system the State exacted no money security; he allowed only mortgage securities; and for this reason: Either the State holds the security in specie, and that embarrasses business and the movement of money; or it invests it at a higher rate than the State itself pays, and that is a contemptible robbery; or else it loses on the transaction, and that is folly; moreover, if it is obliged at any time to dispose of a mass of these securities it gives rises in certain cases to terrible bankruptcy.
While some of these clients have had to take on a slightly higher rate, this initial higher payment is mitigated by the security that their rate will not go any higher as mortgage rates start to rise.
Most of the HBV-infected commercial sex workers likely were infected early in their profession and remained infected throughout their lives, which led to higher rate of chronic infection as compared with the general population.
A review of National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA's) injury surveillance system data indicates that women who play contact sports have a higher rate of concussion than men, said Mr.
* TestU students had a 25% higher rate of passing the July ELA exam than did students in the Control Group.
But if you only plan on living there for two-to-five years, it might make more sense to take the higher rate and payment by financing the closing costs into the loan.
The adult group had a significantly higher rate of post-tonsillectomy hemorrhage that required treatment than did the pediatric group (3.9 vs 1.6%; p<0.001).
The higher rate policy is not appropriate for the moment.
The extension of the standard rate band to remove significant numbers of taxpayers from the higher rate of tax.
and CMTBE- 15 continue permeation at a higher rate than the

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