The Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation calculates that thanks to various phase-outs and credits in the tax code, marginal rates can jump to over 50 percent in some cases.
What does IRET stand for?
IRET stands for Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation (Washington, DC)
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We have 7 other meanings of IRET in our Acronym Attic
- International Review for Environmental Strategies
- Internet Reservation Systems
- Intuit Real Estate Solutions
- Isotope Release Simulator
- Institution de la Recherche et de l'Enseignement Superieur Agricoles (Tunisia)
- Iosco Regional Educational Service Agency (Michigan)
- International Radio Emergency Support Coalition
- Instituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali Friuli Venezia Giuli (Italian)
- Institut de Recherché et d'Enseignement Supérieur aux Techniques de l'Electronique
- Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy (now Albert Ellis Institute)
- Institutional Responses to Emergent Technologies
- Instituto Regional de Estudios en Sustancias Tóxicas (Central American Institute for Studies on Toxic Substances)
- Interrupt Return
- Investors Real Estate Trust (est. 1970; North Dakota)
- Institute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Institute for Research, Extension and Training in Agriculture (part of University of the South Pacific, Fiji)
- Interest on Real Estate Trust Account
- Illinois Real Estate Title Center, LLC (Springfield, IL)
- International Real Estate Trade Organization
- Infantry Remoted Target System
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Further, it would substantially boost the cumulative tax rates of high earners, with adverse consequences (Steven Entin of the Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation estimates that affected workers' earnings would fall by 5 percent to 6 percent, reducing income tax revenues as well).
Entin is a resident scholar at the Washington, DC-based institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation, and a former deputy assistant secretary of the U.