What percentage of US Taxes do corporations pay?
From the "little people" who work and pay taxes and actually pay more than the corporations (who can claim to be based in the Cayman Islands and pay $0 in US taxes) and a larger percentage of their incomes than hedge fund managers, whose taxes are capped at 15%. Instead of complaining about this disparity, the average American prefers to blame the poor and infirm instead of a bought and paid for US government of… Read More
what do large US corporations pay in Federal income tax
They all do (many pay a much higher percentage than the US).
Corporations and the wealthy in the United States pay the vast majority of taxes to support the country. 5% of the people in the United States pay 95% of the taxes collected. I am certainly not one of these 5% but I do recognize that the wealthy in this country support the rest of us as they pay their share and our share of the taxes. They also produce the jobs through business ownership and… Read More
The top 5% of earners pay 93% of all taxes
no they do not have to pay taxes on their winnings.
The members and people working in and for the US Congress pay taxes just like any American resident. However the body itself does not pay taxes.
higher taxes mean the corporations will go over seas where the taxes are lower, and then they will lose their tax base.
Yes, our taxes pay for everything in the US government.
Yes Puerto Rico is a US territory and people who reside there pay US income taxes.
the war was funded through taxes on U.S. citizens and corporations.
Yes. You will still have to pay taxes, whether it be to the Canadian government or the US government. If you work, you must pay tax.
It is important to note that the 47% do not pay Federal Income tax. They still pay pay any applicable city or state income taxes! They still pay the 7.65% combined Social security and Medicare taxes! They still pay real estate taxes, directly or via their rent payments in all localities that have real-estate taxes, which is probably everywhere in the U.S.! They still pay sales taxes on their retail purchases, which is proportionally higher… Read More
In the US the amount of property tax depends on the assessed value of the property and the tax rate. The rate varies with the locality and the assessment is supposed to be a certain percentage of the selling value. Not all owners pay their taxes, but it they do not, the property is sold at auction.
All puerto ricans are us citizen since 1917 and if they live in the states they have to to pay federal taxes.
You could say that US citizens pay taxes to support the government. You might also say that US citizens pay taxes because they wish to receive the various services which the government performs for them. Or, you could say that US citizens pay taxes to avoid being arrested for tax evasion. There are lots of ways of looking at it.
If you spend equal amounts of time in both Canada and the US and have dual citizenship who do you have to pay your taxes to?
Answer You pay taxes where you work
Yes. They pay taxes and publish what they pay.
Yes, everyone pays taxes. Occupation has nothing to do with taxes except the amount you earn in pay. Taxes, state and federal, are taken out of everyone's pay check each month and once a year all of us fill out a tax form to pay more. Plus, we all pay gas taxes, property taxes, car taxes, and taxes when we buy an item in a store.
taxes pay for all the public services such as education for an example.
Taxpayers who pay taxes in the United States pay for the US Antarctic Program.
Yes. I am a federal government employee and I pay the same taxes that a private industry employee pays.
They pay taxes.
Yes. The US government has been implementing this kind of scheme as of late to get as many taxes as it can.
KING GEORGE THE 3 WANTED US TO PAY TAXES FOR THE fRENCH AND INDIAN WAR KING GEORGE THE 3 WANTED US TO PAY TAXES FOR THE fRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
You pay federal taxes if you earn a certain amount and/or if you own a business in Puerto Rico. All Puerto Ricans are US citizens but most of them don't pay Federal tax.
I am a permanent resident in the US and I pay taxes just like everyone else (income, property, sales...etc) I just don't have all the rights as American Citizens do. So I am legal, just not a citizen yet. The illegals on the other hand don't pay federal taxes because they only work for cash. Anybody that works legally, even if they just have a working permit, but no residency status in the US, has… Read More
The collection of taxes from various sources is what funds the operation of the government.
pay your taxes then wave goodbye
No they don't pay
Does a US citizen who inherits money and property in Bahamas from a grandparent in the Bahamas have to pay taxes in either or both countries?
Yes that is a very good question the answer is no they do not have to pay taxes in The Bahamas because the Bahamas is a tax free country but, they don't have to pay taxes in the united states because there property is over here in a tax free country and only if you keep your money in the bank of the Bahamas you can avoid paying taxes but if you transfer your money… Read More
According to Google, as of 2007 there are 138 million US citizens that pay taxes. Considering that the census bureau projects that there are approximately now 305,714,761 people in the US I don't think that's really accurate. That would make less than half the population in the US paying taxes.
Should the rich have to pay a greater portion of their income in taxes than the poor why or why not?
The rich do in fact pay a higher percentage of their income in income tax, because we have a progressive income tax based on six different tax brackets, where the higher your income is the higher a percentage tax bracket you will be in. Depends on which country you're in. In the US, this is not the case.
so they don't have to pay taxes
Taxes on income earned in the US is the same for all wage earners.
the government effect us by like adding more taxes. you cant do anything about it so it affects us. they make you pay more for your income taxes. i hope this helps you
Of course, if the company that pays you is registered in Mexico. If it is a subsidiary of an American company, most probably you don't need to pay such taxes.
They have no representation in Congress, yet they pay taxes to US.
yes it is a temp/perm citizenship
How can you vote in US national election if you live outside the US and have no US address but pay federal taxes?
In US, when you pay income taxes, you support the federal government.
everyone since we pay taxes
people wants freedom from the great Britain and don't want to pay taxes [people who don't want to pay taxes is called patriots][people who pays taxes is called patriots]
Yes. All US citizens, including the President, pay taxes exactly the same way.
Indirectly, as it says that "The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes . . ."
14th amendment to the US constitution makes it legal for Congress to levy income taxes.