Your Tax Day PSA

When liberals tell you the system isn’t fair, tell them they’re absolutely right…

Americans making over $50,000 paid most of the federal taxes that were paid in the U.S. in 2010.

According to statistics compiled from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by the Tax Foundation, those people making above $50,000 had an effective tax rate of 14.1 percent, and carried 93.3 percent of the total tax burden.

In contrast, Americans making less than $50,000 had an effective tax rate of 3.5 percent and their total share of the tax burden was just 6.7 percent.

Americans making more than $250,000 had an effective tax rate of 23.4 percent and their total share of the tax burden was 45.7 percent.

Out of the 143 million tax returns that were filed with the IRS in 2010, 58 million – or 41 percent – of those filers were non-payers.

In other words, only 85 million actually paid taxes. […]

1 thought on “Your Tax Day PSA”

  1. Great. Half the people living off the other half. Sounds fair to me. Nothing like forced charity. And are the non-payers even remotely grateful to those who pay? No way. Tax the “rich” even more!

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