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H&R Block has an interesting infographic on how US Federal Tax Dollars are Spent on Education.  4.8% of the Federal budget is spent on education (seems way too low to me). The infographic breaks down dollars by elementary vs. secondary vs. higher ed, how students pay for college, IDEA, and more.  It's interesting to see how the money is spent.

H&R Block has an interesting infographic on how US Federal Tax Dollars are Spent on Education. 4.8% of the Federal budget is spent on education (seems way too low to me). The infographic breaks down dollars by elementary vs. secondary vs. higher ed, how students pay for college, IDEA, and more. It's interesting to see how the money is spent.

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In this episode of the Dollars and Sense Show host Carol Topp discusses tax breaks for homeschoolers.  [display_podcast] Show Notes: There is no federal tax credit or deduction for homeschool expenses Some states do allow a deduction, usually on state income tax. Proposed in Ohio: Property tax deduction for homeschool expenses Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, […]

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How Your Federal Tax Dollars are Spent Infographic
from Infogrades

How Your Federal Tax Dollars are Spent [Infographic]

How Your Federal Tax Dollars are Spent Infographic

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from Business Insider

Bernie Sanders roils Trump's infrastructure blueprint: 'The plan he offered is a scam'

Sanders said. “But the plan Trump offers is a scam that gives massive tax breaks to large companies and billionaires on Wall Street who are already doing phenomenally well. Trump would allow corporations that have stashed their profits overseas to pay just a fraction of what the companies owe in federal taxes. And then he would allow the companies to “invest” in infrastructure projects in exchange for even more tax breaks.”

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from The Dough Roller

2016 Federal Income Tax Brackets, Deductions, and Exemption Limits

Here is your guide to the 2016 Income Tax Brackets, Deductions, and Exemption Limits as released by the Internal Revenue Service.

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from Wrenne Financial Planning

So You're Moving to a New State...

So You're Moving to a New State. Here are some Tax tips: Everyone knows Uncle Sam – he takes his Did you know, in some cases, people can pay more in state and local income taxes than they do federal taxes? If you’re one of the many medical professionals moving to a new state this year, it is in your best interest to understand these additional income taxes before making the plunge!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Percents, Personal Finance Project, Calculate Tax Rates, Create Paychecks & More

With the "Percents and Personal Finance" math enrichment lesson, your students will be provided with a background on payroll and federal taxes as well as gross and net pay and finally, deductions. Your students will then practice calculating taxes owed in several different income situations. The students will then create their own paycheck using the deductions provided and then solve several challenging math problems involving percents and personal finance.$

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