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Tyler and Michael. Math Project. Why Should we pay? Tax started when we first had recorded history. Taxes is used as a fundraiser for money to run the government. History of Taxation.

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Math project

Tyler and Michael

Math Project

Why Should we pay? Tax started when we first had recorded history. Taxes is used as a fundraiser for money to run the government.


History of taxation

History of Taxation

  • Taxes was first imposed when the Greeks started taxing travelers to get money to run the army. The Egyptians all so taxed imported good. The Romans all so figured out how taxes everything.


Agree or disagree with taxation

Agree or Disagree with taxation?

  • We agree with out taxes we wouldn't be able to pay for our military efforts in the Middle-East. We also wouldn’t be able to pay for airport security which is necessary for our safety. With out taxation our country would continue to get bombed and we couldn’t fight back.


Arkansas

Arkansas

Sales tax rate:6.0%

How they use the revenue: oil and gas wells


Texas

Texas

  • State sales tax: 8.25%

  • How they use their revenue: gas and school


California

California

  • Sale tax in California in 8.25%,

  • They use their for: , fuel, alcohol, tobacco,


Colorado

Colorado

  • The sale tax is 2.9%

  • Motor vehicles


Montana

Montana

  • No sales tax


Wish list

Wish List

  • Xbox360 299.99

  • Apple Ipod139.99

  • Super mario bros. wii 49.99

  • Ipod touch 299.99

  • Nintendo dsixl 169.99


Wish list item 1

“Wish list “ item 1

  • Xbox360

  • Reg. price $299.99

  • Tax $18

  • Total cost 317.99 in Arkansas


Wish list item 2

“Wish list “ item 2

  • Apple ipod139.99

  • Tax 11.55

  • Total cost 151.54


Wish list item 3

“Wish list “ item 3

  • Super mario bros. wii 49.99

  • Tax 4.12

  • Total cost 54.11


Wish list item 4

“Wish list “ item 4

  • Ipod touch 299.99

  • Tax 8.70

  • Total 308.69


Wish list item 5

“Wish list “ item 5

  • Nintendo dsi

  • Total $169.99

  • I want have to bug you about your laptop


References

References

  • www.Bestbuy.com

  • www.google.com


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