Update, 9/8: As reader James flags in comments, the text of the USA Weekend story has now been corrected. The latest version notes that when a raise bumps you into a higher tax bracket, “earnings below that threshold are still taxed at the previous, lower tax rate.” A note at the top of the article states that the earlier version “misstated the impact of tax brackets on raises.”
03:45 PM - September 6, 2011
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