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Other Taxes

Federal, State and local governments have many ways to raise revenue through other taxes.  Many of these other taxes pay for specific programs.

Among them is unemployment insurance.  Although called an insurance, it is a federally mandated tax implemented by the States to provide a minimum income to those who have become unemployed through no fault of their own while they look for another job.  Unemployment insurance is paid by employers for the benefit of their employees.

Another tax is the federal excise tax.  Excise taxes apply to products such as gasoline and other fuels, tobacco products, firearms, alcohol and a few other products.

There are other taxes too numerous to mention that usually apply to specific products for specific programs.  Congress loves to find a product and look for a new way to tax it and create something new to spend the money the tax brings in.

 

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Uber Drivers, Freelancers And Other Independent Contractors Are Getting A Tax...
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Lieutenant Did Other Copsapos Taxes On Taxpayer Dime New York Post
New York Post Lieutenant did other cops39 taxes on taxpayer dime New York Post An NYPD lieutenant who served as his precinct39s Integrity Control Officer had a side gig on city time preparing other cops39 tax returns, law enforcement sources told The Post. Lt. Wilbert Morales, formerly of the 44th Precinct in The Bronx, charged

About 40 People Attend A Spirited Discussion About Crime, Taxes And Other Iss...
Herald Mail Media About 40 people attend a spirited discussion about crime, taxes and other issues in Hagerstown Herald Mail Media Hagerstown Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II, city council members and about 40 city residents met Tuesday night for a spirited discussion about crime in the city, increased taxes, how residents can band together to address issues and other topics. Bruchey

Apple Will Build Second Campus, Pay 38 Billion In Taxes On Offshore Cash Ore...
OregonLive.com Apple will build second campus, pay 38 billion in taxes on offshore cash OregonLive.com One thing is certain: Cities from across the U.S. will likely be offering Apple tax breaks and other incentives in an attempt to persuade the company to build its second campus in their towns. That was what happened last year after Amazon announced it Apple has 200 billion to play with here39s what it might do with all its overseas cashBusiness Insider Apple plans new US campus, to pay 38 billion in foreign cash taxesReuters Apple to pay 38 billion in US taxes on overseas cashArs Technica The Guardian Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Tribune Review all 203 news articles raquo

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