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Preventing Fraud and Mismanagement in Government by Jonathan R. Peters, Joseph R. Petrucelli

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Appendix: Tables

Table A.1 State Top Income Tax Rates

State Income Tax Rate Top 10 Tax Rates Income Brackets Population
Ranking State High Low No. of Tax Brackets High Low (July 1, 2014 est., in millions)
1 California 12.30% 1.00% 9 $ 519,687.00 $ 7,749.00 38.8
2 Hawaii 11.00% 1.40% 12 $ 200,001.00 $ 2,400.00 1.4
3 Oregon 9.90% 5.50% 4 $ 125,000.00 $ 3,350.00 3.9
4 Minnesota 9.85% 5.35% 4 $ 154,951.00 $ 25,070.00 5.4
5 Iowa 8.98% 0.36% 9 $ 69,255.00 $ 1,539.00 3.1
6 New Jersey 8.97% 1.40% 6 $ 500,000.00 $ 20,000.00 8.9
7 Vermont 8.95% 3.55% 5 $ 411,500.00 $ 37,450.00 0.7
8 District of Columbia 8.95% 4.00% 4 $ 350,000.00 $ 10,000.00 0.7
9 New York 8.82% 4.00% 8 $ 1,029,250.00 $ 8,200.00 19.7
10 Maine 7.95% 3.00% 3 $ 20,900.00 $ 5,200.00 1.3

Source: Federation of Tax Administrators and http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index.html

Table A.2 Types of Government Revenue

No. Government Revenue Sources: Taxes, Fees, and Others Descriptions
1 Accounts Receivable Tax Whether you collect sales or other income in a business transaction you pay taxes if you select the accrual basis of accounting. Accruals can be defined as the ability to maneuver, manipulate, and manufacture the necessary diversion, distraction, and divisions to materially misrepresent intentionally resulting in reliance and leading to damages of one's self-interest and unjustly enriching another's. It this ability of non-provable cash that leads to the potential ...

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