What is the reason that the federal government collects money from taxpayers?

Answer The federal government collects taxes to raise money and finance government programs and services. The U.S. Constitution outlines the powers the federal government has with regard to taxation.U.S. ... Read More »

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What is the number of us federal income taxpayers?

In 2009, a total of 182,522,000 taxpayers in the United States filed a federal tax return. Of the 182,522,000 tax returns, approximately 144,103,000 were individual tax returns for the year.Referen... Read More »

What percentage of taxpayers are subject to federal estate tax?

The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 eliminated the estate tax in 2010. Therefore, there is currently no federal estate tax, and zero percent of Americans are subject to fe... Read More »

Which branch of government collects taxes?

The executive branch. The United States Department of the Treasury falls under this branch, and the Internal Revenue Service (which administers and enforces the tax collection statutes) is aligned ... Read More »

What includes all federal government jobs that are not elected positions or military positions?

US Post OfficeAll Federal Law Enforcement AgenciesCIA (does have paramilitary units tho)Department of TreasuryDepartment of Educationthe list goes on...** civil service a+**