What Does Income Tax Pay for?


Income Tax is used by the government ton pay for an array of funded programmes such as low-income housing assistance and defence. Central government revenues come primarily from income tax, National Insurance contributions; value added tax, corporation tax and fuel duty.
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The largest group of income tax payers are those who are traditionally employed at a job and receive a weekly, biweekly or monthly paycheck, and a W-2 form at the end of the year.
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Based on this post: http://dmarron.com/2011/07/27/wh... It's true that half of Americans pay no federal Income Tax. My Tax Policy Center colleagues estimate, for example, that 46%
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The revenue the government collects via taxes is used to fund Social Security, health care, the military, education, scientific research, the space program, transportation, agricultre, environmental programs, the justice system and more.
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