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Many of the problems with the income tax—including complexity, distortions of economic decision making, and arguably some unfairness—arise from differences between true economic income and the tax system’s measure of income. In some cases, differences between economic and taxable income arise because income is difficult to measure in the ideal fashion, so our tax system settles for an approximation. In many cases, special treatment has been intentionally granted to income that comes from certain sources or that is used for certain purposes in an effort to achieve policy or political goals.
Most people just look up how much they owe using a table in the back of the instruction booklet. 5. The separate rate structures depend on the taxpayer’s filing, or marital, status. In most cases, a married couple will pay less tax on the same taxable income than a single taxpayer. We discuss why this is so and whether it is a good idea in chapter 3. In 2003, the five official tax brackets for each marital status had rates that ranged from 10 percent at the low end all the way up to 35 percent.
In the early part of the twentieth century, state and local governments raised and spent more money than the federal government. 7 percent at the federal level. 3 percent by 1944. 3 percent of GDP by 1970. Since then, they have consistently remained in the 9 to 10 percent range. Putting federal, state, and local government revenues together, the story is as follows. 5 percent of GDP by 1969. They experienced relatively little net change throughout the 1970s and 1980s, increased a bit during the 1990s, and then came back down in the early 2000s.