High Marginal Tax Rates on Saving Hurt Us All

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Bush’s Incremental Reform

The personal saving rate in the United States is alarmingly low. The average person saved about nine percent of his disposable (after-tax) personal income in the mid-1980’s, about five percent in the mid-90’s, but only about two percent so far this decade.

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