A defining characteristic of an individual income tax system is its degree of progressivity. The United States has a rather progressive income tax. This means that the average tax rate paid by an individual increases as...
- Monday Map: Sales Tax Holidays in 2012
Monday Map: Sales Tax Holidays in 2012
Today's Monday Map presents data from the report on sales tax holidays we released this morning, Sales Tax Holidays: Politically Expedient but Poor Tax Policy. 17 states have held or will hold sales tax holidays in 2012; geographically most of them are in the South.
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View previous Monday Maps here.
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