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Middle income earners hit hardest by taxes

Think-tank releases analysis of UK tax system ahead of March 21 Budget

Middle income families are being hit hardest by the UK tax system, a report
by centre-Right think tank Reform says.

Middle income earners pay more tax as a proportion of their disposable income
than the very wealthy, the report says.

Whereas a household receiving £28,000 a year will pay 47.9% of that in tax,
earners in the top income bracket will pay 46.9%, the
Telegraph
reported
.

Further reading:

Reform website

Brown names Budget date

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Telegraph report

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