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Men Pay 115% of Federal Taxes

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Five Indefensible Features of the Tax System

As the U.S. economy heads into the next century, federal taxation will continue to be a dominant policy issue. It is not hard to understand why: the federal government will collect an enormous $1.9 trillion in taxes in 2000. Measured as a share of GDP, federal taxes now stand at a peacetime high of 21 percent, up from just 3 percent 100 years ago.

The extraction of $1.9 trillion each year from workers, retirees, business owners, consumers, savers, and investors imposes substantial costs on taxpayers over and above the revenue transferred to the government. In the long run, comprehensive tax reform could greatly reduce the harmful side effects caused by the federal tax system, benefitting taxpayers and encouraging economic growth.

Reforms can be made to both the tax base and tax rates. The tax base is the items and transactions that are taxed; the tax rate is the percentage of the tax base that the taxpayer has to pay the government. Much of the trouble with the tax code results from the overly complicated definitions of the tax base. The federal income tax code contains confusing rules regarding the "income" to be included on the numerous tax forms, while certain types of income face multiple layers of taxation. For example, corporate profits distributed to shareholders in the form of dividends are taxed at both the business level and the individual level, biasing taxpayers against investment and encouraging businesses to take on debt. http://www.senate.gov/~jec/jer99.htm#7

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Each year, as much as $97 billion which WOULD have been in Personal Savings is instead paid by men directly to the IRS  who sends it directly to women to subsidize single-motherhood.

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Almost half a trillion dollars has been transferred from working men to encourage and sustain single-mother households.

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US Personal Savings became NEGATIVE for the first time since the Great Depression as a direct result--down $37 billion in February alone. http://www.bea.doc.gov/bea/dn/pitbl.htm

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The net assets of American taxpayers are a NEGATIVE $5,985 billion.

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The "graduated income tax" puts most men in high tax brackets and most women in tax brackets with little to no tax liability.

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Up to 28 million women who pay little to no taxes qualify for as much as $3,756 each per year in "Earned Income Credit" and "Child Credit".

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Most tax liability of women is offset by the $4,800 per year in "Child Care Credit".

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Because parents with children 18-24 y.o. qualify for the EIC the number of children in this age group living with their parents increased from 15 million in 1970 to 22 million in 1998.

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As many as  68.5 million children would qualify for EIC in an amount of $2,271 each if they lived with divorced or single mothers in the qualifying income category--a total tax "credit" of $155 billion per year.

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Working wives reduce the taxes paid by families by $35.8 billion.

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The EIC was voted in by women who constitute 11.6% more of the vote than men.

From the White House http://www.whitehouse.gov/WH/New/html/eitc.html "The EITC lifted 4.3 million Americans out of poverty in 1997 -- more than double the number in 1993" [read:  the growth of the Earned Income Credit is out of control because the number of families being targeted for destruction is growing rapidly]

The World Almanac, 1997, page 339, "Characteristics of Voting Age Population", US Bureau of the Census,

Males

80,327,000

Females

89,636,000

Difference in percent

11.6%

 

Families with children Household Income Percent of Households Percent of Household Incomes
Two Parents, One Works $36,786 38% 36.2%
Two Parents, Both Work $51,959 38% 51.2%
Single Father, No Mother $31,020 4% 3.2%
Single Mother, No Father $18,000 20% 9.3%

 

The standard IRS tax tables and median incomes for 1994 as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that men pay 117.9% of all federal taxes:

http://www.census.gov:80/Press--Release/cb98-228.html Millions Percent of Total
Total Households 102.5 100%
Family Households 70.7 69%
Married Couple 54.3 53%
     Biological Parents 27.2 26.6
     Step-fathers 27.1 26.4
Single-Mother Households 9.8 9.6%
Single-father Households 2.1 2%
Households Children Under 18 y.o. 34.7 33.9%
Households Children 18-24 y.o. 22 21.5%
Population 0-24 y.o.Who Would Qualify For the EIC If Living With Divorced Mothers 68.5 25.4%
Women Who Qualify For EIC
     Single-mother Households 9.8 9.6%
     Remarried Mothers Who File Separate Tax Returns 18.2 17.8%
Husband Employed with Housewife, Median Income $30,326
Less Personal Exemptions $ 7,350
Less head of household exemptions $ 5,900
Average taxable income $17,076
Average tax $ 2,561
Taxes paid by 21.7 million one-income families $55.6 Billion
Both Husband & Wife Work, Median Income $49,984
Less personal exemptions  $ 7,350
Less head of household exemptions $ 5,900
Average Taxable income  $36,734
Average Tax  $ 5,456
Less child care credit $ 4,800
Tax due  $ 656
Taxes paid by 31.4 million two-income families  $20.6 Billion*
*This is $35.8 Billion less than the taxes which would have been paid if the wife didn't work and if the family earned an average of $19,658 less per year. ($35.8 Billion credit)

 

Median Income of Divorced Father $36,691
Less standard exemption  $4,000
  $32,691
Without custody of children, 1 exemption $2,550
  $30,141
Tax due  $5,829
Taxes paid by 24 million divorced fathers $140 Billion

 

Single Woman Without Children, Median income  $18,500
Less deductions $4,000
Less personal exemption $2,550
Average taxable income $11,950
Average tax paid $1,796
Taxes paid by 13.2 million single women $23.7 Billion

 

Single-Mother Household, Mother Works, Median Income $13,226
Less head of household exemption $5,900
  $7,326
Less three exemptions with two children  $7,650
Taxable income 0
Tax due  0
Earned Income CREDIT with 2 children $3,556
Tax due (credit)  ($3,556)
FEDERAL TAX CREDIT to12 million single mother households ($42.5 BILLION )

 

Non-Working Single Mothers, Median Income $0
Earned Income CREDIT with 2 children  ($3,556)
Median taxable income  $0
FEDERAL TAX CREDIT to 12 million households ($42.5 BILLION)

 

Federal taxes paid by single working women without children $23.7 Billion
Federal tax credits paid to families due to working wives $35.8 Billion
Federal tax credit paid to working single-mothers $42.5 Billion
Federal tax credit paid to nonworking single-mothers $42.5 Billion
Net federal tax credits paid to women as a group $97.1 Billion

 

 

 Blind Dumb Feminist "Dorothy Sacks" <toto53@megsinet.net responds:

Per the IRS: The refunded amount of earned income credit each of the
following years:

1975:      $886,750,000
1980:   $1,370,169,000
1985:   $1,498,875,000
1990:   $5,266,077,000
1994: $16,597,600,000
1995: $20,828,840,000

And No, I won't believe John's sources anyway.  Talk about prejudicial infomation!   I guess I need to put in some kind of sarcasm marker in the statement I made concerning that.  Are you sure you don't own a talking horse?  Data from the IRS is an accurate refutation of the statement he made in his  webpage unless you somehow believe that a subset can be larger than the universal set it is a part of.

Dorothy


Dear Blind Dumb Feminist Dorothy,

You must do a simple sanity check on the above IRS data to be sure it is correct. As you know, there are lots of tricks the IRS can use to mask this problem.

http://www.childstats.gov/ac1998/pop5.htm shows that 24% of US households are "mother-only", and they all qualify for the EIC.  But they aren't the only mothers who qualify.  The 4% which are listed as "father-only" also include children living with both biological parents, and there is every reason to believe that 100% of them qualify for and receive the EIC.  David Blankenhorn estimates that 18% of the 68% which are listed as "two-parents" are actually children living with biological mothers and step-fathers.  The tax incentives are set up in such a way that every one of these households could be receiving the EIC.  How?  Simple.  They report to the Census Bureau that they are married, but they report to the IRS that they aren't.

Can we be certain that a high percentage or even 100% of them do this? No. But any household which tells this simple lie gets a check from the IRS for $3,556, which to many of those households is a very strong incentive to lie.

Direct discussions show that most of them do.  It also shows that some unknown number of those households where both biological parents are married to each other also receive the EIC.  Since that number is unknown, it won't even be included in the sanity check.

Our sanity check, which included NO data from the IRS or any other government source except the percent of children in different households, suggests that about 44% of America's 70 million households could be receiving the EIC in an amount of $3,556, for a grand total of $109.5 billion.

How does that stack up to the IRS data?  Note from your own data posted above that EIC refunds tripled between 1990 and 1994, from $5,266,077,000 to $16,597,600,000.  If it increased at the same ratio in the next 4 years, it would have been $52 billion in 1998, $107.5 billion in 2000, and $162.8 billion in 2002.

Our sanity check ESTIMATE is a mere $2 billion too high.  Hey, what's $2 billion among friends?

Now you know we don't have the most recent data from the IRS, but would you bet a lobster dinner that the ACTUAL number won't be even higher than the sanity check ESTIMATE of $109.5 billion.  You'd lose. These estimates are as conservative as I would dare make them, knowing what we know about our current rate of growth of government.

 

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The above chart is based on a simple projection of the above IRS data, which shows that EIC payments from the IRS could reach almost $520 billion by the year 2006:

1990

$5,266,077,000

1994

$16,597,600,000

1998

$52,312,247,952

2002

$164,877,529,632

2006

$519,660,325,101

Where does the money come from?  The federal budget as a percent of GDP increased from 15% in 1960 to 22% in 1999.

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Did women in the workforce improve the economy?  Note that as the percent of America's managers and administrators who were women increased from 19% in 1970 to 44% in 1999, GDP per worker declined to lower than it was in 1960, by the gold standard.

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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Year

Federal Budget

GDP

Percent

Gold Price

Fed Budget in Gold

GDP in Gold

# Workers

GDP/Worker in Ounces of Gold

1960

76.5

515.3

0.148457

35.5

2.15493

14.51549

65.8

220.6002

1970

195

1015

0.192118

38.9

5.012853

26.09254

78.7

331.5444

1980

579.6

2732

0.212152

594.9

0.974281

4.592368

99.3

46.24742

1990

1100

5200

0.211538

386.2

2.848265

13.46453

118

114.1062

1999

1850

8500

0.217647

320

5.78125

26.5625

130

204.3269

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http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/multidb.cgi

Actual, estimated, and projected Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Credit paid or due to be paid to "working families" [read: single-mother households]. (estimated in red)

1975

886750000

1976

983433800

1977

1080117600

1978

1176801400

1979

1273485200

1980

1370169000

1981

1395910200

1982

1421651400

1983

1447392600

1984

1473133800

1985

1498875000

1986

2252315400

1987

3005755800

1988

3759196200

1989

4512636600

1990

5266077000

1991

8098957750

1992

10931838500

1993

13764719250

1994

16597600000

1995

20828840000

1996

25000000000

1997

30593000000

1998

34879000000

1999

51803000000

2000

53692000000

2001

54171000000

2002

54880000000

2003

55525000000

$463,568,656,500

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Median values of assets in 1993 per Census Bureau http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/wealth/wlth93a.html

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Consumer debt in 1993 was $839 billion & in 1997 was $1,236 billion, per US Statistical Abstract http://fm.education.webjump.com/sasec16.pdf

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Mortgage debt in 1993 was $4,206 billion & in 1997 was $$5,277 billion, per US Statistical Abstract http://fm.education.webjump.com/sasec16.pdf

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Public debt as of: 07/13/1998 = $5,528,488,599,737.13 http://www.dailyrepublican.com/nationaldebt.html

Asset Median Per Household Liability Median Per Household Net Per Household Net $billions
Interest earning assets at financial institutions in 71.1 million households $2,999 Public Debt per  71.1 million households $77,756 -$74,757 -$5,318
Market funds, securities, bonds, other interest-earning assets in 8.6 million households $12,998 Other consumer debt per 8.6 million households $27,988 -$14,990 -$129
Stocks, mutual funds per 21 million households $6,960 Revolving consumer debt per 21 million households $14,757 -$7,797 -$164
Own home in 64.3 million households $46,669 1-4 family home mortgage debt per 64.3 million households $49,425 -$2,754 -$177
Rental property in 8.4 million households $29,300 5 or more units mortgage debt per 8.4 million households $32,024 -$2,724 -$23
Other real estate per 9.3 million households $19,415 Farm mortgages per 9.3 million households $51,660 -$32,245 -$300
Business or profession per 10.8 million households $7,000 Commercial mortgages per 10.8 million households $62,685 -$55,685 -$601
Vehicles per 85.7 million households $5,140 Automobile consumer credit per 85.7 million households $3,361 +$1,779 +$152
Checking accounts per 45.9 million households $499       +$23
US Savings Bonds per 18.5 million households $775       +$143
IRA/Keogh accounts per 23.1 million households $12,985       +$300
Other financial institutions per 5.2 million households $21,001       +$109
GRAND TOTAL         -$5,985

For each 1 man over age 65 with no qualifying children who qualifies for EIC, there are 5 women, because of the Gaussian distribution of their incomes.  But this part of EIC is just noise level compared to the OTHER $53.5 billion of the $55 billion EIC and Child Tax Credit scam.
 
Per the Census Bureau, less than 2% of all households are single-father households with qualifying children.  But the median incomes of those households are $31,020
http://www.census.gov:80/hhes/income/mednhhld/ta7.html
 
They don't qualify for ANY EIC at all if they earn more than $30,095, which means that a very small part (MAYBE 10%?!) have incomes low enough to qualify for the full EIC of $3,756.  More than half of the 2%, or more than 1%, don't qualify at all, and of the less than 1% who do qualify, the average EIC they receive is less than $1,000.  This is a grand total of less than $1 billion.
 
Compare that to the 9 million KNOWN single-mother households so far who each qualify for EIC by one means or another at an average amount of more than $3,103 each, for a grand total of $27 billion NOT INCLUDING THE CHILD TAX CREDIT.
 
The median incomes of the 8 million households with children with non-working wives is $36,785.  If they have investment incomes of more than $2,300, they don't qualify for EIC.  At most, 1 million of
these households qualify for EIC at $3,103 each, for a total of $3.1 billion.  These 8 million one-working-parent households earn only 32% each less than each of the 18 million two-working-parent households with children.  BUT--when the wife goes to work, the taxes paid by two thirds of those 18 million families DECREASE by as much as $3,756 each because of the Child Care Credits which one-working-parent families don't get. This is another $45 billion loss in IRS tax revenues just because mothers go to work.
 
And what does this do?  Their kids become latch key kids who make bombs and buy assault weapons and shoot fellow students without having to worry about their mothers interfering in their plans.
 
The money that funds all this social pathology doesn't come from "wealth"!   It comes from DEBT.  The median household debt is already $60,000, mainly because of government largesse like
this debt.htm
 
It is amoral.  It is amoral to TAKE $55 billion by government force from indebted working fathers and hand it over to amoral single-mother households which breed the children who fill up our prisons.  78% of our prison population grew up in single-mother households, at a time when less than 20% of all households were SMHs, and now the number of SMHs has grown geometrically.
 

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"Equal Protection" Applied to Women But Not Men in 1971.

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Men Pay 115% of Federal Taxes.

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The "Gender Gap".

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Twenty One Indicators of Systemic Discrimination Against Men.

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Anti-Male Bias & Loss of Productivity.

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It Takes 14 Male Employees to Compensate for the Negative Productivity of One Female Employee.

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Twenty Nine  Phenomenal Federal Flops.

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Creation of a Totalitarian State.

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