Only the wealthy would benefit from GOP Presidential Primary Candidate Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan.

The Tax Policy Center has released its analysis of Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan, and it finds that the only people who would benefit from it are those making more than $200,000 a year. Everyone else, especially the poor, would pay more. And the middle class would now have the highest effective federal tax rate.

Those making $1 million a year or more would get a tax cut of nearly $500,000, a 15% change in their favor. The poorest, those making between less than $10,000 a year up to $30,000 a year would see a tax increase of between 15% and 20%. That means they would pay between $1,100 and $3,800 a year more in taxes. Those making between $30,000 and $100,000 a year, would pay an additional $4,000 a year, or more, in taxes than they do presently.

Here’s how the numbers break down by income level:

    Less than $10,000: $1,122 more (19.5% increase, 22.1% tax rate)
    $10,000-$20,000: $2,705 more (17.8% increase, 19.7% tax rate)
    $20,000-$30,000: $3,833 more (15.0% increase, 22.1% tax rate)
    $30,000-$40,000: $4,196 more (11.7% increase, 23.2% tax rate)
    $40,000-$50,000: $4,399 more (9.5% increase, 23.8% tax rate)
    $50,000-$75,000: $4,326 more (6.9% increase, 23.8% tax rate)
    $75,000-$100,000: $4,368 more (4.9% increase, 23.8% tax rate)
    $100,000-$200,000: $2,105 more (1.5% increase, 23.1% tax rate)
    $200,000-$500,000: $11,155 less (3.8% decrease, 20.6% tax rate)
    $500,000-$1 million: $59,489 less (8.6% decrease, 18.1% tax rate)
    $1 million or more: $455,247 less (15% decrease, 17.9% tax rate)

For more: Tax Policy Center