By: Earnest Jones | 01-04-2017 | News
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Feds Viciously Plans To Rake In $200 Billion In Income Taxes For Just January And February 2017

All of us are guaranteed of a consistent disaster emanating from the Federal government's obsession with taxing its citizens large sums of money. The Feds ought to give the American people some space to breathe by taxing a minimal amount so as to allow people to optimize on the money they earn and also spend it freely. However, that's not the case, the Federal Government forces us to pay for their bogus welfare programs and other ridiculous projects that demand funding from Americans.

The government has been showing a trend of absurd spending, it has been reported that this will likely extend to 2017. They are planning to rake in $200 billion in income taxes alone over the course of the first two months of 2017. This will amount to hundreds of billions of dollars in the matter of months. This is a solid example of the Feds involvement in this immoral form of theft.

In a report issued by Terence P. Jeffrey, in October-November the feds collected overall tax revenues amounting to $400 billion, this included the record of individual income tax revenues of $200 billon as a result the federal government spent $600 billion. This implies that the federal government ran a deficit of $180 billion in the first two months of this fiscal year.

This is disappointing if looked at from various standpoints. The American people have little to contribute regarding how the tax dollars are spent. This results in free citizens paying for things that they zealously disagree with. There are also too many programs that demand taxpayers funding despite being so ineffective and immoral. Looking at the average American, they are struggling to pay for the increased income taxes. If this continues, things will be chaotic. Everyone needs to prepare themselves for reiteration against this illicit behavior.

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