Definition of Progressive tax

1. Noun. Any tax in which the rate increases as the amount subject to taxation increases.

Exact synonyms: Graduated Tax
Generic synonyms: Revenue Enhancement, Tax, Taxation



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Literary usage of Progressive tax

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1. Power and Market by Murray N. Rothbard (2006)
"The Incidence and Effects of Taxation Part III: The progressive tax Of all the patterns of tax distribution, the progressive tax has generated the most ..."

2. Report by North Dakota State Budget Board (1912)
"So, also, some authoritative thinkers and a number of economic writers contend that a progressive tax is more just and equal than a proportional one. ..."

3. Progressive Taxation in Theory and Practice by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1909)
"For whatever may be true as to the shifting of a proportional tax on land, it is evident that a progressive tax of this kind at all events can not be ..."

4. Progressive Taxation in Theory and Practice by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1909)
"For whatever may be true as to the shifting of a proportional tax on land, it is evident that a progressive tax of this kind at all events can not be ..."

5. The Inheritance Tax Law: Containing All American Decisions and Existing Statutes by Arthur Walker Blakemore, Hugh Bancroft (1912)
"A graduated progressive tax is valid,1 and constitutes equal protection of the laws,2 and is not invalid even under a constitution providing that taxes ..."

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