By Suzanne M. Luttman
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17 Where it is not feasible to offset the lobby tax payment with an increase in dues (in other words, when Alternative C in Fig. 1 is not an option), the association should pay the lobby tax only when the majority of the membership is in a tax bracket above 35%. 18 Model Three uses the CMTR35 variable. The results of this regression do not differ qualitatively from those for Model Two except that the coefﬁcient for the tax variable is positive, though still not statistically signiﬁcant. The predictive ability of Model Three is slightly better than that of Model Two, although the pseudo-R2 is virtually unchanged.
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Advances in Taxation, Volume 17 by Suzanne M. Luttman