Individual taxpayers e-filed almost 90 million tax returns during 2008, an increase of more than 12 percent over the prior year. Of the 155 million tax returns filed, about 58 percent were filed electronically. http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=188359,00.html
For tax year 2005, 134,372,678 individual tax returns were filed. Of those filed, 99,880,223 actually had a tax liability and actually paid taxes.
Millions of individual income tax returns are filed each year. For example, in 2008 the IRS received 156,297,000 individual income tax returns for tax year 2007. In comparison in 2007 the IRS received 140,188,000 individual income tax returns for tax year 2006.For more information on IRS facts and figures, go to www.irs.gov/taxstats.
By December 31, 2008, the IRS had received 156,297,000individual income tax returns. Of that amount, 89,886,000 were filed electronically. In comparison, by December 28, 2007, the IRS had received 140,188,000 individual income tax returns. Of that amount, 79,979,000 were filed electronically.For more information on IRS facts and figures, go to www.irs.gov/taxstats.
Year: 2006Total: 136,071,000e-filed: 73,255,000Percent: 53.84% http://fastquick20.com
For tax year 2005, 134,372,678 individual tax returns were filed. Of those filed, 99,880,223 actually had a tax liability and actually paid taxes. just one corporation (Exxon Mobil) in 2004, pays as much in taxes ($27 billion) annually as the entire bottom 50% of individual taxpayers paid in 2004 (most recent year available), which is 65,000,000 people! this is for 2004 without the withdrawl of tax payers who did not pay taxes
According to IRS article, 'E-File and Other Electronic Options for 2009', the IRS projected in January 2009 that about 140 million individual income tax returns will be filed this year. Of that total, the IRS is expecting e-file returns to exceed 90 million, which was the record for e-filed individual returns in 2008.For more information on IRS statistics, go to the IRS Newsroom at www.irs.gov/newsroom. Select Facts and Figures from the left column. In the Facts and Figures screen, select IRS Data Books. Table 2 is Number of Returns Filed by Type of Return in 2008 and 2007.
According to IRS Data Book for Fiscal Year 2008, a total of 250,379,000 tax returns were filed for 2007. Of that total, individual taxpayers filed 154,346,000.For more information, go to www.irs.gov/taxstats. Select IRS Data Books from the category of Products/Publications/Papers.
USA population is 307 million, 1% of that is 307 thousand people. Ipierce9 says: But not everyone in the country earns. We would have to count households with income -- or perhaps tax returns filed annually -- and take 1% of that figure.
You can amend it meaning you can change whatever you have filed for any correction. Many of the taxpayers do this just to file the returns on their due dates to avoid penalties then amend it later.
Countless Approximately six billion pounds annually, but I don't know how many individual potatoes that is.
The number of industrial injury claims filed in the city of Seattle, Washington for the year 2012 soars to approximately 170,000 individual claims filed.
139.3 million per www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=175470,00.html - 17k
For tax year 2007 there were, call it 140 million individual tax returns filed. http://www.irs.gov/taxstats/article/0,,id=102886,00.html There are no stats on how many of that 140 mil actually had a tax liability, but if stats remain consistent 60% actually "PAID" taxes.
Ask them. But no third party, especially the IRS, can disclose the info. Nor would knowing it mean anything....many, many people, even with what appears to be a fair amount of income, have a TAXABLE income low enough that they don't have to file anyway.
Annually mean every year.
The length of time you should keep a document depends on the action, expense, or event the document records. Generally, you must keep your records that support an item of income or deductions on a tax return until the period of limitations for that return runs out. The period of limitations is the period of time in which you can amend your tax return to claim a credit or refund, or that the IRS can assess additional tax. The below information contains the periods of limitations that apply to income tax returns. Unless otherwise stated, the years refer to the period after the return was filed. Returns filed before the due date are treated as filed on the due date. Note: Keep copies of your filed tax returns. They help in preparing future tax returns and making computations if you file an amended return.
There are 1000 textbooks published annually.
over 1,000,000 are sold annually.
In the year 2009 about 95 million online and in 2010 the IRS is expecting about 145 million returns to be filed online.
Millions of people visit Amsterdam annually.
Sure they can, as many as can be filed. There is no limitation as to how many liens can be filed against one piece of property.
About 12 billion pounds annually. It depends on the size and grade of the "spuds", of course, but that is somewhere around 20 billion individual potatoes.
About 1% of returns are audited annually. The figure is higher for those with over $100,000 annual income and those claiming self-employment with the schedule C form.