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9% ∆Income Tax = [$1 – ½(SE Tax)] * Marginal Income Tax Rate CMTR = ∆SE Tax + ∆Income Tax Fig. 2. Combined Marginal Tax Rates with Respect to $1 of Dues Deduction for Self-Employed Association Members in 1997. 46 MARY ANN HOFMANN Non-Tax and Control Variables A variety of variables are used to control for the non-tax costs that might differ between the pay and notify alternatives. The size of the association serves to control for budgetary constraints. Smaller ﬁrms may be less prepared to notify members as to the non-deductibility of dues but also may be less likely to have sufﬁcient cash ﬂow to pay the lobby tax.
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3% selfemployment tax. If this association collects dues of $100,000 per year and spends $50,000 on lobbying, it would have to either notify the members that 50% of their dues are not deductible or pay $17,500 (35% Â $50,000) in lobby tax (which it possibly could re-coup through higher dues assessments). Fig. 1 illustrates three available alternatives. The decision to notify the members has a zero tax cost to the association but a cost of $18,682 in additional taxes paid by the members. In Alternative B, the association pays the tax.