Are wealthier Americans paying their "fair share" of taxes? No.  Assuming that one measures "fair…
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Myth Versus Fact: Paying "Fair Share" of Taxes

Are wealthier Americans paying their "fair share" of taxes?

No.  Assuming that one measures "fair share" as a rough equivalency between income earned and income taxes paid, wealthy Americans pay far more than their fair share, as helpfully illustrated by the Tax Foundation:

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January 23, 2018 • 11:43 am

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