Tax Freedom DayPosted by Randy | April 17, 2012
Today is Tax Day, and it is also Tax Freedom Day, the day the average American has earned enough to finally pay this year’s federal, state, and local tax bill. Compare that to the year 1900 when Tax Freedom Day fell on January 22nd. According to the Tax Foundation, unless Washington takes action, tax increases “could push Tax Freedom Day to the end of April or beyond.”
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