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6) The dashed level lines denote the average tax rate for each income category for the 1979-2000 period, the period before the Bush tax cuts.
Two variables are analyzed in this section: the difference in total tax and the difference in the average tax rate.
2 trillion in itemized deductions was instead spread throughout the tax base, the average tax rate could be reduced by roughly a fifth, from 17.
Ghosh (1995), Olekalns (1997), Ashworth and Evans (1998), Adler (2006) and many others consider the average tax rate calculated as total revenue-to-GDP ratio a better proxy for average marginal tax rate.
To make matters worse, if we include the average personal income tax rates of developing countries like India and China, the average tax rate around the world is closer to 30 percent, according to a new study by KPMG.
Sum of tax base of all tax units is divided on sum of revenue of all tax units for each selected source to represent national average tax rate which then is applied to tax base to calculate potential tax revenue.
While the average tax rate for the middle income quintile was about the same in every region in 2006 (16 per cent), the average tax rate for the highest quintile was higher in Quebec than in any other region.
He said that the average tax rate on corporate sector in Pakistan was 35 percent which is the highest in the region.
The average tax rate determines the amount of funds transferred from taxpayers to the government.
As a result of these changes, the average tax rate for farm sole proprietors was reduced from 17.
Suppose that the average tax rate in the local sales companies is 29 percent.
This measure would increase expenditures for general government services, reduce the average tax rate, and increase both average and median net income.
The median homeowner does not qualify for this credit at the state average tax rate.
Regressivity is defined as the ratio of the average tax rate to the marginal tax rate (ATR/MTR).
The problem that arises from this is that the average tax rate is an increasing function of income, making it endogenous.