Do you wonder where our government spends money and how large each government branch is? This infographic of the 2015 United States federal budget shows a detailed breakdown of how much taxes collected and where this revenue is spent each year.
This is a visual guide showing you exactly where your taxes go and which departments receive the most funding. It also shows the change from 2014-2015 and change from 2005-2015.
Revenue is 3.337 trillion
Spending is 3.901 trillion
Budget Deficit 563 billion
Individual Income Taxes 1.534 trillion
Social Security 1.056 trillion
Corporate Income Taxes 449 billion
Miscellaneous Receipts 229 billion
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