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, The lower bound is obtained by adding all missing income to percentile 1-99, the upper bound by adding all missing income to the top percentile. The rightmost column uses a correction as described in equation (13) of Appendix 2, based on shares of the four income components for the top percentile of 10%, 5%, 35% and 50% for labour income, replacement income, income from property and income from financial assets, The difference between net taxable income (NTI) and gross taxable income (GTI) consists both of adding the deductions, and redefining the top percentile by adding zeroes at the bottom
, Note: The lower bound is obtained by allocating all missing income to the first 99 percentiles, Source: Belgium: own calculations based on data obtained from Statistics Belgium, other countries: WID