Average percent change in after-tax income in the U.S. according to Mitt Romney's tax plans, by income level
Change in after-tax income according to Romney's tax plans, by income
This statistic shows the average percent change in after-tax income in the U.S. according to Mitt Romney's tax plans, by income level. According to the calculations, made by the Tax Policy Center, all income groups earning less than 200,000 U.S. dollars a year would lose about 1.2 percent of income in taxes. Mitt Romney's individual tax plan can be found here.
Average percent change in after-tax income in the U.S. according to Mitt Romney's tax plans, by income level
Cash income level in thousand U.S. dollarsEstimated percentage of change
Under 200-1.2%
200 - 5000.8%
500 - 1,0003.2%
More than 1,0004.1%
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Release date

August 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2012

Change in after-tax income according to Romney's tax plans, by income
This statistic shows the average percent change in after-tax income in the U.S. according to Mitt Romney's tax plans, by income level. According to the calculations, made by the Tax Policy Center, all income groups earning less than 200,000 U.S. dollars a year would lose about 1.2 percent of income in taxes. Mitt Romney's individual tax plan can be found here.
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