Principles of Macroeconomics

Which of the following is the largest source of funds for the federal government? I am thinking either
(B) OR (D)
a. property taxes
b. borrowing
c. excise taxes
d. income taxes
e. tariffs

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asked by Kathy
  1. I believe it is B
    but check with peers who may be doing the same sort of thing
    Remember we are not in the classroom with you so we do not specify in these areas as much but we will give you are opinions and offer you the support and help that we are able to give

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  2. D is correct.

    http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/briefing-book/background/numbers/revenue.cfm

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