Stephen J. Entin

Stephen J. Entin is president of the Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation in Washington, D.C.

Latest by Stephen J. Entin in Chronicles

  • April 2004

    High Marginal Tax Rates on Saving Hurt Us All

    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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