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I’ve reblogged this before, but its awesome, so here ya go again
Major entitlements (Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security) gobbled up 49 percent, while more federal benefits took another 20 percent. These additional “income security” benefits include federal employee retirement and disability, unemployment benefits, and welfare programs such as food and housing assistance. Obamacare spending didn’t really kick in until 2014, so that will show up in next year’s breakdown.
See how this compares to last year’s breakdown: National defense has been cut, while the major entitlements picked up an even larger percentage.
Is this where you expect the government to spend most of your money?
From Jan 1 - April 21 you are working for the government basically, everything you make between those months is what you pay in taxes - .49 cents goes to Medicare/health care and social security
.20 cents “other benefits”
.18 cents goes to National defense ———-
Started my DDP Yoga workout again today… thanks to my boyfriend keeping his word to pester me about it. Hopefully I can get back into the habit of doing it every weekday like I was for a while. :)