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tax rate

noun
1.
the percentage of the value of a property to be paid as a tax.
Origin
1875-1880
1875-80
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Examples from the web for tax rate
  • Progressive taxes means that the more money you earn, the higher your tax rate.
  • There are any number ways to calculate a household's tax rate.
  • The result is that the tax saved by a given travel expense amounts to the full amount of the expense multiplied by the tax rate.
  • Find the local sales tax rate and hotel tax rate, both of which will be a percentage.
  • The farmers have not been swayed by government offers of rebates for small-scale producers or by a lowering of the top tax rate.
  • The zero tax rate has attracted big auction houses to the wine trade in the ex-colony.
  • Clearly, different combinations of allowance and tax rate would generate different results.
  • Second, other readers complain that some corporations pay a much lower effective tax rate.
  • Likewise, the euro enabled this corporate-tax rate driven boom.
  • One widespread political mandate is to keep the tax rate down.
British Dictionary definitions for tax rate

tax rate

noun
1.
the percentage of income, wealth, etc, assessed as payable in taxation
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