CNBC is reporting America’s “social safety net” programs the federal government provides i.e. welfare
Paychex.com had a news release over small business growth they track across the U.S. Read full post here.
Paychex is a leading provider of integrated human capital management solutions for payroll, HR, retirement, and insurance services.
America has a lot of people. With that comes the obligation of educating millions of children.
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StatisticBrain.com posted a breakdown titled “Daily Activity Statistics“. Good read on various activities done by men and women. I suggest a look at it by clicking the title above.
Here’s one pertaining to work:
The federal government collects revenue from a variety of sources. The largest source is taxes on individuals’ income and payroll taxes, which together make up four-fifths of federal revenue. Individual income taxes are assessed against wage income and are progressive: that is, the tax rate someone pays increases as their income increases. Payroll taxes are a flat percentage of wage income. They are used to fund Social Security and portions of Medicare. Taxes on corporate profits, estate and gift taxes, excise taxes (a tax levied on a good or service), customs duties, and numerous other taxes comprise the remainder.
For the last few years, many in the economic world have been cynical of states like Illinois, California and others for how bad their government books are when it comes to finances. Continue reading →