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4.7) Consider a national income tax that is structured as follows:
Income
Marginal tax
rate
$0-$10,000
0%
 
$10,001--
$60,000
5%
 
$60,001and
above
0%
 
For each of the following workers determine his or her marginal and average tax rate

d.

Would you describe the tax system as proportional, regressive, or progressive? Explain

 

 

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