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There's been evidence of some significant tax evasion in the higher tax brackets recently. Do you think that may be happening enough to mask a higher inequality when the data is calculated from tax returns? Do you think this factor has or has not gotten worse over the years?

These data stop in 2010, so they can't speak to that.

We were a lot closer to Britain than the U.S. in those days. There was alot of goings on which could explain the bump.

Interesting post.

Thank you.

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