2010-04-27businessinsider.com

Households across America are spending more on taxes per year than they ever have in history. The inflation adjusted numbers point to a $30,000 growth in household spending, per year, since 1965.

The numbers suggest that federal, state and local spending have been the drivers of tax growth, rather than one part of the government being especially profligate.


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