February 13, 2016

The Increasing Cost of Government

The mathematical postulate of the 80-20 Rule tells us twenty percent of the people in the United States are paying eighty percent of the tax burden. And they are paying upwards of 50 percent of their wages. While this is mathematically accurate, does it tell the whole story? According to the American Community Survey, annual median household income rose 1.3 percent in 2006 to $50,233.00. In “governmentese,” real median household income in the United States

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