upper bracket

upper bracket

A slang term describing a home for affluent persons;refers to people with income at the highest bracket of the income tax rates.

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A move by Moody's late last month means that both it and S&P Global now have Russia's foreign currency debt rating just one step away from the coveted upper bracket.
5 Mundelein challenge South Elgin in the upper bracket with No.
7% patients took analgesics after upper bracket bonding while 17.
In the upper bracket, Inman upset Cooke and then slipped by another tough Chicago player in Roman Garcia Solorio 11-10.
In fact, wearing them often felt as if you were donning a crash helmet thanks to their bulk and, at PS275, they were firmly pitched in the upper bracket of affordability.
It's important for us to win as many games to get back to the upper bracket, said Altamirano as the Bulldogs try to rebound from a loss to the Far Eastern U Tamaraws, 61-59.
The BCG study showed the upper bracket of the wealthy households in the country is expected show a strong growth over the next five years on the back of strong economic growth and surge in asset prices, particularly equity values.
With the given speculative price, the tablet could really be high-end and the company might be looking at the market's upper bracket.
For current information on the upper bracket market on Chicago's North Shore, contact West at Coldwell Banker's Winnetka office (847.
Obama also engineered a tax increase on upper bracket earners at the beginning of last year.
Figures obtained through a Freedom of Information request show that 33 non-clinical employees at Merseycare demand salaries of pounds 60,000 per year, with three in the upper bracket getting 100,000 a year.