Immigration Reform 2016: More Than $11B In Taxes Are Paid By Undocumented Immigrants Each Year

With illegal immigration a focal point of the 2016 presidential election, a new study has taken a closer look at undocumented immigrants' contributions to federal, state and local taxes.

 

The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy calculated that undocumented immigrants across the country pay $11.6 billion per year in income, sales and property taxes.

to read in full, go to the origional article - www.ibtimes.com/immigration-reform-2016-more-11b-taxes-are-paid-undocumented-immigrants-each-year-2323153

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To read in full - Visit http://www.freep.com/story/news/politics/2017/09/30/homeland-security-immigrants-facebook-trump/718308001/

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