§ Mr. CHIOZZA MONEY
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, for the last two financial years for which the figures are available, how many persons declared their aggregate incomes in order to avail themselves of the ninepenny rate of Income Tax because their incomes did not exceed 2,000; and how many persons declared their incomes as being over £2,000 and not over £3,000, in order to get the benefit of the shilling rate of tax?
§ Mr. LLOYD GEORGE
Definite statistics are not available, but the numbers for the years 1911–12 and 1912–13 are estimated as follows:—
1911–12. 1912–13. Persons claiming ninepenny rate 800,000 820,000 Persons claiming shilling rate 10,000 10,500