Why do We Have Taxes?

Why do We Have Taxes?

Will I am sure that everyone wanting to admit it or not, knows the answer to this question?

So, let’s give a few reasons that we should not be paying taxes for?

How about all of those politicians in congress both parties, vacations 11 mouths out of 12 every year?

Their free trains, planes and automobile rides 24/7.

Next to no charge health and life insurance while fighting against our health and life insurance policies?

Even though each one is either a millionaire or billionaire, how much does it cost their children to go from their private schooling to any college of their choice?

So, knowing this, why are they, congress, fighting our president about student loans?

Prodding Congress, Obama Acts to Ease Student Debt

 WASHINGTON June 9, 2014 (AP)By JOSH LEDERMAN Associated Press


Up to 5 million Americans struggling to make their monthly student loan payments could find relief under a program President Barack Obama expanded Monday, part of an election-year push by Democrats to paint Republicans as blocking common-sense steps that could help the middle class.

Dubbing it a “no-brainer,” Obama also threw his support behind legislation to let some of those same borrowers refinance their student loans at lower rates, in a move the administration said could save 25 million borrowers up to $2,000 over the life of their loans.

“I’m only here because this country gave me a chance through education,” Obama said. “We are here today because we believe that.

There are many services offered to citizens that could not be managed effectively under any other system.

The government uses your tax to support Social Security, health care, national defense and social services such as food stamps and housing, street lights, waste disposal, sanitation and other public works including public transport.

Taxes are used to pay for public services that include roads, school fees among others.

This is a good site to answer our questions on taxes.


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