Tax Statistics

Community Tax is your one-stop shop for all things tax related. One thing many taxpayers are curious about are tax statistics: that includes everything from average and median income tax statistics to the average tax payment that an American household pays each year. In our thorough guides to state taxes, we cover many tax statistics in the USA, including:

Common deductions, exemptions, and credits

Tax evasion statistics

Highest property taxes in different states

Percentage of income spent on taxes by state

What an earner in your tax bracket can expect to pay in state and federal taxes

You can also expect to find interesting blog posts on subjects such as IRS statistics of income, IRS filing statistics, and state tax statistics. Did you know, for example, that the average American pays about $10,000 in taxes every year? That includes income tax, property tax, state taxes, sales taxes, and various excise taxes. Another statistic some people don’t know is that in the first decade of the 21st century, more than $3 trillion of taxes were evaded — now that’s an eye-popping figure! The most common offenders were in the highest tax brackets, and they did so by overstating their charitable contributions.

At Community Tax, we are always here to help. We can walk you through whatever tax statistics interest you, as well as help you prepare your returns when it’s time to file. Reach out to a Community Tax representative today to find out more, and see how we can help you save this tax season!



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