Progressive tax system

• A tax system wherein the average tax rate increases for some increases in income but never decreases with an increase in income.


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Abc inventory system
Accelerated cost recovery system
Ad valorem tax
After tax
After tax proceeds from sale of old asset
After tax profit margin
After tax real rate of return
Alternative minimum tax
Average pre tax profit margin
Average tax rate
Before tax
Before tax profit margin
Break even tax rate
Clearing house automated payment system
Clearing house interbank payment system
Corporate tax view
Cumulative voting system
Depreciation tax shield
Double tax agreement
Dupont system of analysis
Dupont system of financial control
European monetary system
Federal reserve system
Foreign tax credit
Giro system
Imputation tax system
Interest equalization tax
Interest tax shield
Intermarket trading system
Investment tax credit
Just in time jit system
Limited tax general obligation bond
Lockbox system
Majority voting system
Marginal tax rate
Mortgage tax
Multirule system
National association of securities dealers automated quotation system
Order support system
Overdraft system
Personal tax view of capital structure
Pre tax income
Pre tax profit on sales
Prompt offering prospectus pop system
Regressive tax
Short term tax exempts
Split rate tax system
Tabs tax anticipation bills
Tans tax anticipation notes
Tax anticipation bills
Tax anticipation note
Tax basis
Tax books
Tax breaks
Tax clawback agreement
Tax deferral
Tax deferral option
Tax deferred
Tax deferred retirement plans
Tax differential view of dividend policy
Tax efficient portfolios
Tax exempt
Tax exempt sector
Tax free acquisition
Tax haven
Tax reform act of 1986
Tax shield
Tax swap
Tax timing option
Two tier tax system
Value added tax
Withholding tax

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