Definition of Regressive Tax

A tax that is levied on all parties at the same rate, regardless of their income. An example of a regressive tax is a sales tax. A larger percentage of a low-income earner’s income is taken away by the tax.

Applying "Regressive Tax" to Securities Exams:

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