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Super-Tax Assessments

Volume 154: debated on Tuesday 23 May 1922

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the number of persons in 1913 who had incomes of £2,000 and up to £5,000, £5,000 and up to £10,000, £10,000 and up to £15,000, £15,000 and up to £20,000, £20,000 and up to £25,000, £25,000 and up to £30,000, £30,000 and up to £40,000, £40,000 and up to £50,000, £50,000 and up to £75,000, and £75,000 and up to £100,000; and the number of persons for 1921-22 with similar amounts?

Statistics showing the number of persons with incomes between £2,000 and £5,000 are not available for the year 1913–14. The following table, however, shows the number of persons assessed to Super-tax for each of the I 1920-21 are not final, as further assess-years in question. The numbers for

1913–14.1920–21.
Income.Number of Individuals.IncomeNumber of Individuals.
ExceedingNot exceedingExceedingNot exceeding
££££
5,00010,0009,0202,0005,00046,886
10,00015,0002,3935,00010,00015,904
15,00020,0001,00210,00015,0004,502
20,00025,00051415,00020,0001,914
25,00035,00046120,00025,000940
35,00045,00022625,00030,000605
45,00055,00013530,00040,000646
55,00065,0006840,00050,000358
65,00075,0004250,00075,000335
75,000100,0006775,000100,000126
100,00080100,000169
Total14,008Total72,385