A federal tax on individual or business incomes.
The tax levied by the federal government on peoplesâ€™ personal income, which is then used by the federal government in their national programs for defense, law enforcement, foreign dealings, interest on the national debt etc.
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The federal government levies a tax on personal income. The federal income tax provides for national programs such as defense, foreign affairs, law enforcement, and interest on the national debt.
Money collected by the IRS to pay for the operations of the federal government.
The federal tax on an individual's income.
A withholding tax levied against employees. The amount of withholding varies with the amount of earnings, frequency of pay, number of claimed exemptions, and marital status. Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA): Combined tax levies for Social Security and Medicare.
The tax on an individual's right to receive income.
Taxation by the U.S. government of the income realized by individuals and entities during a given fiscal or calendar year.