income tax bracket


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Synonyms for income tax bracket

a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income

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Another important factor to consider before converting is the taxpayer's current and expected future income tax brackets.
Whether or not conversion makes financial sense will also depend on your client's marginal income tax bracket--calculated not at the time of conversion but on October 15th of the year following conversion--and what the taxpayer's projected marginal income tax bracket will be when distributions are ultimately received.
The Government has admitted the number of people in the region falling into the 40% income tax bracket will rise from 80,000 to 100,000 tomorrow - the start of the new tax year.
THE BAD NEWS IS CURRENT ECONOMIC FORECASTS SHOW THE MINIMUM WAGE WILL SOON BE THE HIGHEST INCOME TAX BRACKET.
The president, in his initial budget, had called for capping certain deductions, including those for charitable contributions, at the 28 per cent income tax bracket, an idea initially rejected by a number of Democrats in Congress
One of the most important factors in evaluating the benefits of a conversion is the client's current income tax bracket compared to what it will be when they retire and start withdrawals.
On the other hand, if you treat the loss as a carryforward, the deduction may be more valuable to you the next year if you expect to be in a higher income tax bracket.
His plan calls for higher taxes on tobacco, alcohol and on the state's highest income tax bracket.
1 of the next year, but that will mean two minimum distributions in the same year, which could push you into a higher income tax bracket and increase the amount of Social Security benefit income exposed to tax.
PWC estimated that in the $20,000 to $30,000 income tax bracket, where the percentage response would be greatest, the average contribution over all -- giving and nongiving -- would increase from $611 to $767.
45) If the beneficiaries are in a lower income tax bracket than the 39.
Some states have more than one corporate income tax bracket, not including the credits and exemptions that in effect create many more tax rates.
Appreciated Securities--In 1988, a donation of $10,000 in cash made by a couple in the 28-percent income tax bracket actually "cost" that couple $7,200 after the deduction.