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Munnell, Alicia H. Perhaps the most notable feature of this proposal is the tiny contribution limits involved: the provision would allow for up to $25 per person for this deduction in 2002, rising to $100 per person in 2010. Their estimate predates the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, but given that individual income tax receipts were only increased by 3.5 percent relative to current policy over the next decade, their results still suggest substantial scope for additional income tax revenue. Beyond pushing back against widening inequality, there is an abundance of evidence that raising top tax rates above and beyond their Clinton-era levels would substantially improve the long-term fiscal outlook, only negligibly impede productive economic activity, and perhaps boost long-run economic growth to the extent that they preclude deeper cuts to public investment and reduce crowding out of private investment whenever the economy eventually returns to full employment. Little Slemrod and Sorum Blumenthal and Slemrod Data Source National random survey of 6,200 individuals1 Random survey of 2,000 Minnesota residents Random survey of 2,000 Minnesota households Response Rate 65.3% 32.7% 43.4% Sample Size2 3,750 600 708 Types of Returns 1983 federal income 1982 federal and state income 1989 federal and state income Hours Per Activity (in billions) Recordkeeping 0.7 1.3 1.7 Learning 0.3 0.2 0.4 Time with Preparer - 0.4 0.2 Preparing Return 0.5 0.1 0.5 Sending 0.1 - - Rearranging Financial Affairs - - 0.3 Total Hours 1.6 2.1 3.0 Value of Time - $10.65/hour in1982$ $13.69/hour in1989$ $10.09 in1989$ Out-of-Pocket Costs - $44/return in1982$ $57/return in1989$ 3 $66/return in1989$ Total Costs for Individuals - $26.7 billion in1982$ $34.1 billion in1989$ $37.6 billion in 1989$ $34.8 billion w/ same activities as 1982 Adjustmentsto Survey(if any) Survey results were used to obtain models for estimating taxpayer burden. The income cutoffs for married joint filers in the top marginal tax bracket have been adjusted to 2012 dollars using CPI-U-RS. Flat-rate taxes can have lower compliance costs than graduated taxes. It would massively reduce incentives to shelter funds and the need to engage in complex tax planning. Retention of popular deductions would require additional record-keeping, reporting and monitoring.

1999. Aaron, Justin Giovannelli and Kevin Lucia Blog Post Colorado's poor now get to visit the dentist May 26, 2016, Richard V. By 2000, over 35 million taxpayers filed electronically. To the extent they are a cost of doing business, the expenses should be deducted in the flat tax. citizens, state sales tax, college tuition (on the grounds that it is an investment), and food produced and consumed on farms (for administrative reasons). Different methodologies result in widely varying estimates of the value of taxpayers' time (table 3). The sales tax would provide a demogrant to each household equal to the sales tax rate times the poverty guideline, the annual income level below which a family of a given size is considered in poverty. Second, some businesses with large profits will pay no taxes.

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