income bracket

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Synonyms for income bracket

a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income

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9 percent of the households in the bottom 10 percent income bracket had remained there after a year.
This is another reason for families in this income bracket to prioritise pension saving and to take advice about their options.
Black people were five times more likely to be victims of a firearm assault than whites overall, and that number increased to more than 15 times more likely in the highest income brackets for both blacks and whites.
with the CBE attempt to motivate banks to finance income brackets that may have difficulty in obtaining proof of their income by covering their credit risk via group insurance policies.
Angara said that government should consider a rebracketing of the income brackets for a more equitable and more progressive taxation for individual earners.
Personal income tax will be raised by one per cent for every income bracket but the lowest and trusts, bringing the maximum marginal rate to 41 per cent
For individuals below 60 years in this income bracket, additional savings would be ` 8,199.
8 percent of total income among those in the $100,000 to $200,000 income bracket
The Mumbai-headquartered leading private sector banking player Axis Bank has made an announcement on its roll out of an innovative home loan scheme on the occasion of its 20th Anniversary targeting the first time home purchasers under the lower income bracket, seeking affordable EMIs.
Considering the usage of consumer loans according to income categories for the same period, every 62 out of 100 people were in the TL 0-2,000 income bracket, while 14 out of 100 people were in the TL 2,000-3,000 bracket.
Indian insurer, Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance, has stated that according to its analysis, insurance buyers in the lower income bracket of sub-INR500,000, prefer to buy insurance online.
More people in the lowest income bracket claim to smoke every day than those in the highest income bracket.
Sixty-eight percent of those in the wealthiest income bracket and 65 percent of those in the poorest income bracket reported high levels of satisfaction in 1990.
Nationwide, white households are three times more likely to earn more than $200,000--the highest income bracket tracked by the U.
In general, the lower their income bracket, the more likely Americans are to say they need to earn something above that level to live comfortably.