Talk:Income tax in the United States

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Note toward the following information. We need better information on this than a NY Times article. This is not accurate information for those with post graduate degrees included in the upper tax bracket who net about 40% of their take home pay after state and local taxes and a tithe. For example, a doctor working for $335,000 who has 21+ years of education, school loans, and works a high stress job in this article is lumped with those who simply make their money off of investments. Couples who have studied hard, work hard, are paying off loans, and pay a high price during each and every week are lumped in this article in our mindset with millionaires and multimillionaires who tend to make their money off of sheltered investments. There is no "millionaire" tax bracket. Another example is two people with graduate or post-graduate degrees who make enough to fall in the top tax bracket. There is no room in our mentality for these hard working couples, the ideal couples we inspire them to become at each stage of their academic career. We judge those we deem to be "rich" and want to penalize them with left winged articles like the following. It is not an accurate view of the American public. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 76.18.185.31 (talkcontribs)

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"Marginal tax rates" section[edit]

I'd suggest the Marginal tax rates sections be replaced with aggregate data if available. As it is it seems like it belongs at wikidata not here - too much numbers, not much context. Saturnalia0 (talk) 02:56, 28 February 2018 (UTC)