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  1. ...a marginal rate of 2% and you lower it to 1%, you probably would lose, not gain tax revenue . Live, recent example, In 2003 federal income tax rates...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 16/08/2010

  2. ... a simple level, this is plausible (provided the increase in consumption tax does not distort consumers' spending). A one percent...

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  3. No: 1. When the states tax and spend the tax revenues , the same amount gets spent as... than the combined state and local taxes and budgets. http://www.taxfoundation...

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  4. ...individual to spend ( pensions , Medicare, interest on the debt etc) and state and local government spend about 10% (school are the biggest item). It...

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  5. D, it is called the payroll- taxes .

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  6. ...lead to fall in govt. revenue . thus, good having inelastic demand will bring more revenue to the govt. with the impostion of taxes or increase of taxes

    1 Answers · Social Science · 27/09/2009

  7. ... the tax rate would most likely lower tax revenues . Remember that this is controversial. As the Wikipedia article states , just because there's a 100% tax rate, ...

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  8. ...there are two reasons. States without income taxes are not as dependent on swings...assumption that incomes-- and therefore tax revenues -- would never fall precipitously. It...

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  9. .... For The states it varies state to state , but property tax , personal income tax , business taxes , sales tax For local ...

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