MARGINAL TAX RATE Definition

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MARGINAL TAX RATE is the top rate of income tax that is charged to individuals on their earnings.

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RULE OF THUMB is a rough and useful principle or method, based on experience rather than precisely accurate measures.

PEG RATIO compares earnings growth and the Price Earnings Ratio. The PEG Ratio (formula) is the current Price Earnings Ratio divided by the expected long-term growth rate (per the earnings per share).

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