You don't have to pay taxes if you don't want to, but you may be subject to fines and punishments depending on where you live.
Un-answerable. (first by "you" I suspect you mean "everyone"). All taxes are paid by someone, or something (a company for example). But not everyone pays all taxes, cert…ainly not all the time. What taxes are paid depends on what you define as taxes, who, what, where you are and what your doing..as well as many other things. (For example...you could well pay "death" taxes...that is taxes due upon the transfer of your assets on death...but it seems true, you'll only pay those once, and only if you have assets of the type and amount that these taxes apply to). Change the request to "How many citizens of Wisonsin pay state income tax?"
No. Congressmen have the ability to use what is called a 'Free Frank' for official business. It really means that they sign the envelope, now days it is a pre-printed signatur…e where the stamp goes.
See the "Grace Commission Report". The report said that 100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the National Debt, and by federal government contributio…ns and transfer payments. In other words all individual tax return revenue is gone before one nickel is spent on services that taxpayers expect from their government. These services are funded by new loans made by the Federal Reserve to Congress. Another Perspective Taxes pay for government programs the help people, government programs that support research of all kinds, education at all levels, early intervention programs, medicare, social security, public libraries, hospitals, roads, bridges, school buildings, parks, neighborhood clinics, medical assistance for the poor, education grants and loans, snowplowing, water systems, sanitation facilities, waste- collection and disposal, fire departments, police departments, CIA, FBI, IRS, ACE, FEMA, national parks, teachers, military, defense, military bases, build and maintain, government facilities, foreign aid, federal census, food stamps, judiciary, state and federal courts, and so many other necessary and unnecessary things.
WE PAY TAX TO THE GOVERNMENT SO THE GOVERNMENT CAN USE THE MONEY FOR BUILDINGS, PUBLIC SERVICES, SCHOOLS AND NEED. WE PAY THE MONEY TO THE..................................…..................................
tax is for the city. the money you pay in tax goes to the city and is used to improve parks,street cleaners library, public pools, etc. anything that is used for the city. som…ething like that.
Michael lake and Amish...
something you exchange with a friend that the gov. does not know about.
Yes of course. Basically no one - the President or Supreme Court Justices, etc...is exempted under the Tax laws because of their employment/employer. In fact, if anything all …of these types are open to much more scruitiny, both officially as part of the requirments of their jobs, and unofficially...up to and including publically disclosing their returns and personal financial situations. Frankly, I believe the people who spread and promote such nonsense (it is a never ending selection of whio gets treated specially) are not only ignorant, but perhaps doing so with some intent to cause discontent and hate among the populace. Maybe they are commie pinkos? Or just anti-American traitors. Something like that at least...spreading vicious lies about the leaders and defenders of the country.
I do. and if you work and pay taxes , so do you.
How many people are in Australia?
Pay for congressmen comes from two sources: 1. Pay, perks and benefits for congressmen are paid by the US Govt, using money paid by taxpayers. 2. Bribes, kickbacks, Unde…r the table and off-the-record deals, selling senate seats, book buying package deals, inflated pay for one-time speeches at events, and gifts given to congressmen in exchange for favorable behavior in congress are opportunities for a congressmen to hide millions, and many times tens of millions of dollars in offshore accounts, untaxable of course, in a period of a just a few years.
Any amount that you owe to the UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT for the 2009 federal income tax was due to be postmarked by midnight April 15, 2010. ans The above is …correct as a statement but not as it relates to your question, and I'll bet the submitter knows that! You PAY your tax during the year while it is being made. This is done by payroll (or other types) of withholding on income, or by making estimated quarterly payments (as required by law), on a 1040-ES, for the self employed or those who otherwise don't have enough paid in. By April 15th you must file a return and extension and, as the estimates are just that, settle up financially with the Gov't (that is pay the additional amount or get the excess refunded). If you paid less in, or paid estimated amounts later than the law requires, you will be subject to additional penalties and interest, which may be substantial.
In Income Taxes
Federal taxes are paid to the Internal Revenue Service.
what fongressmen owes bacvk taxes and how much