Proportional tax, Managerial Economics

PROPORTIONAL TAX

Is where whatever the size of income, the same rate or same percentage is charged.  Examples are commodity taxes like customs, excise duties and sales tax.

Its advantage is that it's much simpler than progressive taxation.

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