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  • n. Plural form of phaseout.

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Examples

  • The provision would also reinstate so-called phaseouts for high-income households, which would essentially reduce their eligibility for a host of personal exemptions.

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  • That's because of what's known as phaseouts -- the long tradition of curtailing tax breaks as income rises. rss

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  • That would rise to nearly 46% in 2013 under Mr. Obama's other tax proposals including deduction phaseouts, plus another 3.8% under ObamaCare's tax increases on investment and payroll income.

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  • Qualified Tuition Programs "529 plans" . 529 plans are often the best education benefit for taxpayers who don't qualify for other breaks, in part because there are no income phaseouts.

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  • In 1987 further regulations were imposed on these ozone-depleting substances through the Montreal Protocol an international treaty, and since then, updates to the protocol as well as the Clean Air Act have led to more regulation and phaseouts.

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  • Getty Images If the president had his way, the two top income tax rates would have increased by nearly 20% this year, counting his proposed phaseouts of deductions and exemptions.

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  • That would raise the highest individual income tax rate to about 42%, including deduction phaseouts, from 35% today.

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  • The AGI triggers all manner of phaseouts and clawbacks that a deduction does not undo.

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  • The board also found that the profusion of credits, deductions, phaseouts and conflicting eligibility requirements frays the sanity of ordinary taxpayers just as surely as it complicates the calculations of wealthy families and business owners.

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  • Capital gains and dividend tax rates will climb to 20% and 39.6%, respectively, from 15%, and the top two income tax rates will climb to 38% and 41% including deduction phaseouts, from 33% and 35%.

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