Origin of supertax
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The rate of this supertax should increase with the size of the estate above the fixed maximum.
For situations of this kind a supertax on large estates would seem to hold the promise of a large measure of relief.
A supertax on large holdings of exceptionally valuable and scarce land would likewise be beneficial and legitimate.
The business of our fashionable amateurs is to pay Income Tax and Supertax.
Thank Heaven, she says, hes got somebody thatll be able to keep him when the supertax is put up to twenty shillings in the pound.Press Cuttings
George Bernard Shaw
- a tax levied in addition to the basic tax, esp a graduated surtax on incomes above a certain level
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