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Given the potential for error, the reader should use caution in interpreting the results for this country. 48 TAXING WAGES: 2003/2004 – ISBN 92-64-01788-7 – © OECD 2005 II. 6. 1 Note : ch = children. 1. Assumes a rise in gross earnings of the principal earner in the household. The outcome may differ if the wage of the spouse goes up, especially if partners are taxed individually. 2. Two-earner family. 3. A submission was not received from this country and consequently the tax/benefit structure for this country has been updated using external sources.

1. 1 Note : ch = children. 1. Two-earner family. 2. A submission was not received from this country and consequently the tax/benefit structure for this country has been updated using external sources. Given the potential for error, the reader should use caution in interpreting the results for this country. 44 TAXING WAGES: 2003/2004 – ISBN 92-64-01788-7 – © OECD 2005 II. 2. 7 Note : ch = children. 1. Two-earner family. 2. A submission was not received from this country and consequently the tax/benefit structure for this country has been updated using external sources.

For single persons at 67% of APW, the marginal tax wedge is unaffected in 20 countries. 7 the same applies for 17 of the countries. 12. For single persons at 67% of APW, the average tax wedge changes by 1 percentage point or less in 19 countries. 7 the same applies for 20 (single 100%), 22 (single 167%) and 8 (one-earner couple) of the countries. 13. The average wedge increases by about 5 percentage points in Ireland for single persons at 67% of APW, and by the same amount in United Kingdom for one-income earner couples with two children.

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