U.S. Tax Rates 1916-2010 - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
U.S. Tax Rates 1916-2010

A great chart from Visualizing Economics, showing the top rates for income, corporate, and capital gains taxes (click for big version): 

Meanwhile, according to the Tax Policy Center, the total effective tax rate for the highest income quintile in 2007 was 25.1 percent. For the other four quintiles, in descending order, it was 17.4. 14.3, 10.6, and 4 percent. 

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Gas: 40%+
Beef: 20%+
Used Cars: 20%+
Lodging: 17%
Eggs: 13%

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