Where does US Federal income tax we pay go to and how is it used?
Federal income taxes are used for government programs like defense and education. In 2009, 36% went to current military this includes $200 billion for Iraq and Afghanistan war spending. 30% went to human resources. 18% went to past military. 11% went to general government and 5% went to physical resources.
Mostly for bribes...wasteful gov't contracts...dinners, gas, and pay raises for congress...backroom deals...wars n stuff...to make a profit...special projects...pork barrel spending...you know earmarks...and such...and paper...lots of paper as it takes a lot of paper to write a health care bill that nobody's gonna read anyway...aw hell let's go to lunch...
by Judy Specht5 years ago
If you have a job, is it fair that you may not pay Federal Income Tax?Forty nine percent of people in US don't pay Fed Income Tax because they don't make "enough", Warren Buffet says he doesn't pay as...
by nicomp really8 years ago
Everyone should pay something, dontcha think?http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/numbers/ … ocTypeID=7
by Doug Hughes7 years ago
From the Center for Tax Justice..."Conservative pundits and media outlets have seized upon an estimate that 47 percent of taxpayers owe no federal income tax for 2009. This statistic has morphed into the claim by...
by leeann45767 years ago
What is the tax form I need to file so I can get my portion of my federal income tax return,...while my husbands goes to lien he has?
by Charles James7 years ago
As some fellow hubbers will know, I am involved in writing hubs for a Socialism 101 series.There are a few issues raised by the conservatives where I do not fully understand what they are saying. Before I address these...
by lender32120008 years ago
Anyone else wait until today for their federal income tax filing?
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