A taxation in a form of a progressive tax. The principle of ability-to-pay in taxation states that taxes should be levied in accordance to the taxpayer's capability to pay. This progressive taxation approach puts additional tax burden on corporations, companies,trust and certain estates, partnerships, and individuals with higher incomes. The theory that relies within this concept is that individuals who earn more money have the capability to pay more in taxes.
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