- Oct 14, 2007
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No...the IRS does. And big corporations are playing you repub party nuts like a fiddle.You act like you get to decide what is someone's fair share cupcake you do not now go get your fucken shine boxAs long as big corporation such as Amazon don't have to pay their share in taxes, the repub party will be happy. You will make up the difference. As a matter of fact, the repub party wanted to increase gas taxes in order to pay for the infrastructures bill. That is how much the repub party cares about the middle class.The average person will spend about one-third of their earnings on taxes, according to the study, which is based on the 2019 Consumer Expenditure Report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The analysis extrapolates tax rates that were then in effect out over an 18- to 79-year lifespan. The average American will spend more than $500,000....unless you live in one of those "special" states. Keep in mind these number are before Uncle Joe works his "magic".
The payments, which aren’t adjusted for inflation, could be even higher if President Joe Biden’s proposed tax increases get approved by Congress. He’s also pressing for significant relief for lower-income and middle-class families, including an extended, stepped up child tax credit.
Most of the lifetime tax bill -- nearly 65% -- is in the form of state and federal levies on income. Auto taxes cost an average of $29,521 over the years. Californians and New Yorkers will pay the most in sales taxes, roughly $40,000, over their lifetimes.
New Jersey Residents Will Pay Most in Taxes Over a Lifetime