Increasing marginal tax rate
More than $3,000
Less than $3,000
More than $3,500
Tarrifs on imported goods
The use of taxation to redistribute income accross the United States
Taxes deducted from paychecks to support Social Security and Medicare
A plan for government spending and revenue for a specified period, usually a year
The use of government spending and taxation to influence the economy
The toll that is paid to cross a bridge
Property taxes paid on homes and land
The excise tax on cigarettes
A tariff on imported automobiles
George W. Bush II
Interest on mortgages
Donations to charity
Interest on student loans
Because their is no government spending on social security
Because social security is a mandatory spending program, not discretionary.
Because the graph shows spending at state level and not the federal level
Because discretionary spending is a a state level budget not a federal level budget item.
Taxes on imports
During the Civil War
Individuals who own mansions and luxury vehicles.
Individuals who earn more than $1,000,000
Individuals who earn more than $250,000
Individuals who earn more than $400,000
Taxes would have gone up on the wealthy only.
Spending cuts would have been made to major government programs.
Spending increases would have been made to government programs and taxes would have gone up on all taxpayers.
Taxes would have gone up on everybody and spending cuts would have been made to major government programs.