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What is the rate structure of the U.S. federal income tax? Analyze the progressive nature of the U.S. tax system and its consequences.

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The rate structure is to apply the tax appropriate to income with higher incomes increasing the amount of taxes due. Those who have lower annual incomes are in the 10% tax bracket, followed by higher income taxpayers in the 15% tax bracket. The tax brackets after 15% are 25%, 28%, 33%, and the ...

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The solution discusses the rate structure of the U.S. federal income tax and analyzes the progressive nature of the U.S. tax system and its consequences.

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