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    When is illegal aliens tax freedom day ? Its every day as they loot our country. Just say no to illegal immigration



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    ++ National Tax Freedom Day was April 19 this year, meaning average Americans worked 109 days to pay taxes. This is the same day as last year and eight days earlier than in 2001. The record high year was 2000, when Americans worked until April 30 to pay taxes.

    ++ In 1900, Tax Freedom Day was January 20, meaning Americans worked 20 days to pay taxes. The lowest year in the 20th century was 1912, when Tax Freedom Day was January 17. The last January date was in 1917.

    ++ Taxes accounted for 5.7 percent of income in 1900. In 2000 they accounted for 33 percent. This year they account for 30 percent, with the drop being attributed to federal tax reductions and a slowing economy.

    ++ The average American worked 105 days this year to pay for food, shelter and clothing combined. Medical care accounts for another 44 days. Recreation: 21 days. Clothing and accessories: 14 days. Transportation: 28 days (probably doesnt take into account the days Washington citizens spend stuck in traffic). Savings: 11 days. Other: 46 days. (Taxes: 109 days.)

    ++ The various taxes Americans work to pay include individual income taxes (42 days), social insurance taxes (30 days), sales and excise taxes (17 days), property taxes (11 days), and corporate income taxes (9 days).

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    When is illegal aliens tax freedom day ? Its every day as they loot our country. Just say no to illegal immigration



    NATIONAL
    ++ National Tax Freedom Day was April 19 this year, meaning average Americans worked 109 days to pay taxes. This is the same day as last year and eight days earlier than in 2001. The record high year was 2000, when Americans worked until April 30 to pay taxes.

    ++ In 1900, Tax Freedom Day was January 20, meaning Americans worked 20 days to pay taxes. The lowest year in the 20th century was 1912, when Tax Freedom Day was January 17. The last January date was in 1917.

    ++ Taxes accounted for 5.7 percent of income in 1900. In 2000 they accounted for 33 percent. This year they account for 30 percent, with the drop being attributed to federal tax reductions and a slowing economy.

    ++ The average American worked 105 days this year to pay for food, shelter and clothing combined. Medical care accounts for another 44 days. Recreation: 21 days. Clothing and accessories: 14 days. Transportation: 28 days (probably doesnt take into account the days Washington citizens spend stuck in traffic). Savings: 11 days. Other: 46 days. (Taxes: 109 days.)

    ++ The various taxes Americans work to pay include individual income taxes (42 days), social insurance taxes (30 days), sales and excise taxes (17 days), property taxes (11 days), and corporate income taxes (9 days).

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