I will show you an example of my actual Uber driver pay statement to answer these questions. After a deduction of the $1 Rider Fee, Drivers keep 80% of the total fare price for a given ride.
To make it easier for you to target the busier hours, Uber provides a list of what these hours are in your area. Since you are an independent contractor, Uber does not help you pay for car repairs or car maintenance.
Yes, I drive with Uber full-time, but the majority of Uber drivers work less than 35 hours a week. Driving for Uber pays very well compared to other jobs with similar experience requirements (which is literally none) and offers a lot of freedom and independence. Please leave a comment if you have any questions or would like to share your own experience driving for Uber, or sign up to drive with Uber for a cash bonus! Disclaimer: These earnings are not official numbers and are from my own experience driving with Uber. How much we make driving for Uber depends on how many hours we spend on line and how many trips we complete.
You can but it’s much simpler and usually more cost effective to just take the 56 cents per mile the IRS allows as a deduction. I am starting healthcare work in September so I’ll drive till then just to pay bills. I’m also studying app development on my own free time, if you see a ride share app in the future only charging drivers 1-2% of the fare, you can thank me for that.
Cuz realistically even 1% of fare value of a billion+ annual rides is already enough money to get stupid rich.
The fact remains and cannot be avoided that in consideration of the present paradigm in Mass Communications involving the advanced electronic devices that have saturated modernized societies and the never-ending development of even more convenient Social Media applications there is no question that the taxi-cab business will soon go the way of the horse and buggy. Because it’s a comments section and the profit margin in Atlanta or other cities is likely relevant to all the people reading this who live outside LA.
I’m thinking about driving for Uber in Miami, does anyone have any idea of how much money I could be earning if I drive 30 hours per week? Your federal income tax rate will be higher than that + you have to pay 100% of social security fees since you are a 1099 contractor.
Rule to the wise if you are an 1099 you would be wise to get a LLC or INC to protect yourself. I know all y'all are fixated on tonight's $1.5 billion Powerball drawing and that lottery jackpot's tax implications. Marriage means doing things together, even things you hate, like visiting the in-laws, cleaning out the garage and filing taxes. A recent online conversation among personal finance bloggers underscores just how challenging taxes can be even for folks who regularly deal with money matters.
I had a great time today talking with all the wonderful folks at Freelance Austin about taxes.
Last week I signed onto the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System, known in acronym-speak as EFTPS (eff-tips), and authorized our third quarter estimated tax payment to be made by our bank on Sept. Economics 14 - Taxes and Government Spending  PowerPoint for Chapter 14                                                         U.S.
Millions of baby boomers will pay taxes on their Social Security benefits because provisional income limits aren't indexed for inflation.
The Social Security program provides a critical safety net for 60 million Americans, but that doesn't mean that everyone knows all there is to know about it.
If you qualify for Social Security, you can claim benefits at any point between age 62 and 70. If you claim Social Security at age 62 and your full retirement age is age 66, then your monthly Social Security check will equal about 75% of the amount you would otherwise have received if you waited to claim until age 66. Since the majority of Americans do claim Social Security at 62, it may also be helpful to know that you can continue working while collecting Social Security, but income earned above annual limits results in your monthly Social Security check being reduced by $1 for every $2 earned.
Finally, any Social Security that gets withheld because of earned income will increase your monthly Social Security check once you reach your full retirement age. If you work and collect Social Security, there's a good chance you'll end up paying taxes on at least some of your Social Security income. About one-third of all Social Security recipients pay taxes on their Social Security income and the majority do so because they earn income that exceeds specific limits. The IRS determines how much of your Social Security is taxed by calculating your provisional income, which is equal to 50% of your Social Security income plus other income, such as self-employment income, pension income, interest earned, and dividends.
If after those numbers are totaled the amount eclipses specific limits, the IRS can tax up to 85% of your Social Security benefits. For example, if you're single and your provisional income is between $25,000 and $34,000, you can owe taxes on up to half of your Social Security benefit. If you receive Social Security, the Social Security Administration will send you an SSA-1099 form every year that tells you what you collected and a worksheet that will help you determine if any of your Social Security benefit is taxable. Calculating your exact tax on Social Security can be complicated, so it pays to double-check your numbers and consult with an accountant if you have questions. If you do think you'll owe taxes on your Social Security income, consider avoiding a surprise at tax time by having your federal taxes withheld directly from your monthly Social Security check. Todd has been helping buy side portfolio managers as an independent researcher for over a decade. Our tax expert Kay Bell provides resourceful tips and advice to help you stay prepared for filing.
Here you transfer funds from a traditional IRA to another traditional IRA, or from a Roth IRA to another Roth IRA. When you ask your bank or other IRA custodian to do a direct transfer from your IRA account to another IRA account, the IRS does not require your bank to issue a Form 1099-R, which means that you do not have to report this transaction on your tax return. If you pull money out of one IRA account yourself, then redeposit the money into another IRA account within 60 days, you need to report the rollover to the IRS, even though you do not have to pay any taxes on it.
The bank or custodian of the first IRA account issues you a Form 1099-R with the amount of the distribution shown in box 1. You report the amount from Form 1099-R box 1 on line 15a of Form 1040, and then enter a zero on line 15b (the taxable amount). In the margin next to line 15, you write the word Rollover to signal to the IRS that these funds were in fact subject to a tax-free rollover. If you ask your employer to transfer your retirement plan account balance directly to an IRA account when you leave your job, your employer’s plan administrator will issue a Form 1099-R to you with the amount of the distribution in box 1 and a letter code G in box 7.
With a direct rollover, no tax is withheld from any part of the distribution that is paid directly to the trustee of the IRA (or other retirement plan). If you receive a distribution from your employer’s plan, your employer or plan administrator will withhold federal income taxes at a 20 percent rate even if you deposit (or intend to deposit) the entire amount of the distribution (not just the amount you received a check for, but an amount equal to the gross distribution amount before withholding) in the traditional IRA or other plan within the 60-day period.
Beware: If any part of that distribution is paid to you, that part is subject to 20 percent federal income tax withholding and you wind up with a check containing 80 percent of your retirement money. After the shock wears off, you open an IRA account within 60 days and deposit your $8,000 check in that account. The best thing to do in this case is to come up with another $2,000 on your own and deposit that amount into the IRA account within the 60-day period. If you have money in a qualified retirement plan, such as a 401(k) plan, a 403(b) annuity, or a governmental 457 plan, you can roll over the distribution to any other such plan, if it is willing to take rollovers. Examples of qualified retirement plans: 401(k) plans, 403(b) annuities, and governmental 457 plans. If you have an administrator transfer money from one qualified retirement plan directly to another retirement plan, the first plan’s administrator will issue a Form 1099-R to you with the amount of the distribution in box 1 and a letter code G in box 7. If you made the transfer yourself (in other words, you took the money out of the first employer’s retirement plan, then walked across the street and gave it to the second employer’s retirement plan, within 60 days), you must report that rollover in the same way.
There is a third alternative if you’re moving money from one employer’s retirement plan to another employer’s retirement plan: you can temporarily move the money to an IRA before moving it to another employer. If you inherited the account from a spouse, you may roll over most distributions from the inherited account to a qualified plan, 403(b) annuity, or a government 457 plan in which you participate. You can now roll over distributions from an IRA to a qualified plan, 403(b) annuity, or government 457 plan, thanks to 2002 tax laws changes.
You must contribute rollover funds to the replacement plan (either an IRA or another employer’s qualified retirement plan) by the 60th day after you receive the distribution from the first IRA or qualified plan. Money you contribute to a replacement IRA after that 60-day deadline is treated the same as a new IRA contribution, which means that it is subject to that year’s limit. If you’re moving any retirement funds other than IRA funds, do a direct trustee-to-trustee transfer. Just be careful not to hold onto any IRA funds for more than 60 days or make a withdrawal from any single IRA more than once per 12-month period.
If you are retiring, it’s unlikely that you will use your retirement money to buy your first home.
Taxable distributions of up to $10,000 from your IRAs are not subject to the 10% additional tax (earlydistribution penalty) if the IRA owner or a qualified family member is a first-time homebuyer and, within 120 days of receipt, the IRA owner uses the amount to pay for qualifying acquisition or rebuilding costs for his or her own or qualifying family member’s principal residence.
If you live in an area of the country where $10,000 would make a difference in the ability to purchase a home, let me know where that is—I’m moving! You may be asking yourself, “What if due to circumstances beyond my control, I don’t complete a rollover in 60 days? The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 permits relief in certain hardship situations. On February 28, 2003, the IRS received a request for a waiver of the 60-day rollover requirement from a married couple who had hired an investment manager to manage their investments, including their IRA investments. They applied for a waiver of the 60-day periods because they felt a failure to waive the requirement would be against equity or good conscience. In order to be considered for the waiver, you must submit an application for a private letter ruling (PLR) to the IRS and pay the applicable fee, which in 2005 is $95.
Let’s say you were terminated from your job and you have your old company send you your $8,000 in retirement savings. The $5,000 you did not roll over is taxable according to whatever rules govern the taxation of your retirement income. Rollovers involving SIMPLE plans are generally the same as rollovers from regular IRAs as long as the rollover occurs within two years after a contribution was first made to the SIMPLE IRA.
If the amount you take out of a SIMPLE plan is deposited into a traditional IRA account within this two-year period, the distribution is not a tax-free distribution and the deposit into the traditional IRA is not a rollover contribution.
After the expiration of the two-year period, you can roll over or transfer distributions from a SIMPLE IRA to a traditional IRA tax-free, or convert the SIMPLE IRA to a Roth IRA.
You will find the answer to these questions and more here, but let me back up a little bit: Before I started driving for Uber, I was making $9 an hour at a minimum wage job. My rule of thumb (this may not be an accurate number for you) is that I spend about 10% on gas and other vehicle expenses and 10% on taxes on average (after all the deductions). I make between $20 and $25 an hour in Los Angeles. Studies across the nation show that Uber drivers make over $19 an hour on average.
For example: If a passenger vomits into your car, or damages your car, you can use the help system on the Uber driver app to request payment.
As an alternative of using actual expenses for fuel and maintenance, the IRS allows you deduct $0.565 for every mile driven for business purposes as estimated costs. Unless your car had terrible gas mileage or lots of expenses the mileage usually works out better anyway. I want to clarify that I understand that this blog is talking about LA and I am from Raleigh, NC. The only time will be available to driver is after 5 pm Monday – Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. If you use your vehicle solely for business use, I thought the cost of your vehicle can be written off.


I’m not a uber driver but is the article $ higher if you only drive during higher peak hours? I have been driving for almost a year and it’s a living hell, too bad I financed a brand new car like an idiot for uber.
I’ll never understand why Uber has campaigned so RELENTLESSLY to fuck their drivers out of ANY and ALL tips.
Bottom line: I have to drive 10-14 hours per day at least 6-days a week to earn between $1,400 and $1,500. If you want tom be making real money you have to put in 12-16 hour days and now when you sign up they take 25% not 20 and gas prices are insane and I drive a Prius soo…. Now if you called your insurance agent and explained what you are doing and ask for a gap insurance then it is all good. That's why there's payroll withholding to take the money out of our wages before we get our checks.
That's not much time, but folks determined to save on this year's taxes still have time to make a few year-end moves. If you pay estimated taxes on earnings that aren't subject to withholding, then you can work on your third 1040-ES filing for the 2013 tax year.
For example, did you know that you may pay income taxes on up to 85% of your Social Security income? But because Social Security is designed to pay you the same amount over your lifetime, claiming early will result in smaller monthly checks than when you claim later.
If you claim early, you have one year to change your mind before you're locked into that lower monthly payment for your lifetime. If you earn more than $34,000 in combined income, you could be taxed on 85% of your benefit.
You can request withholding federal taxes from Social Security by filing W-4V with the IRS (download that form here).
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As long as you actually re-deposit the entire amount into another IRA within the 60-day time limit, you pay no tax on this rollover.
This indicates to the IRS that you rolled the money in your retirement plan over to an IRA account. Your employer’s plan administrator will issue you a Form 1099-R, but the code will be something other than G.
If you deposit (rollover) that 80 percent, guess what: you owe taxes on the other 20 percent, as if you had pocketed it yourself.
As with a transfer from a retirement plan to an IRA, you are required to report this rollover on your return. Just be sure to hold onto the paperwork that proves you did this within the 60 day grace period.
But these plans are not required to accept rollovers; each plan has to choose whether or not to accommodate them. However, if you look to your IRA accounts for liquidity (not recommended), there is a way to ease the “once every 12 months rule.” You can, in fact, lend yourself your IRA money year round, if you split it into pieces. You could take the $120,000 IRA and split it into six $20,000 IRAs (using a trustee transfer as described above). For example, if you distribute $50,000 from an IRA and buy a stock, you cannot roll that stock back into an IRA within 60 days and claim a 60-day rollover. If the amount is not used because of a cancellation or delay in the purchase or construction of the residence, the amount may be rolled over to the IRA within 120 days instead of the usual 60 days.
What if I get in an accident on day 59?” Don’t bet on it, but the IRS has waived the deadline for “good Samaritans” making a good faith effort. In Revenue Procedure 2003-16, the IRS provides guidance, effective for eligible rollover distributions received after 2001, for obtaining an extension of the 60-day period. Without their knowledge, the investment manager took several distributions of their IRA assets for his personal use. Their application also indicated that a rollover of the distributed IRA assets would not violate the 12-month rollover rule, as there were no distributions rolled over within the previous year.
The procedure for applying for a PLR is explained in the IRS publication Revenue Procedure 2005-4.
As with traditional IRA accounts, you cannot roll over SIMPLE IRAs more than once every 12 months.
It was hard work, I had little to no flexibility in my work schedule, and the pay was only barely enough to survive. It pays my bills, while keeping my schedule completely flexible, which is very important for me as an actor. Surge Pricing means Uber increases the fare prices during certain times of higher demand, making these hours more attractive for drivers. This is because there is a better chance of getting really high fares due to long distance or high surge pricing.
In the vomiting case for example, Uber will charge the passenger a certain amount and deposit it into your account the next day, so that you can get your car cleaned. If you already have a full-time job, driving with Uber can make an excellent part-time job. If you decide to take actual expenses you must keep all gas and maintenance receipts and the cost of the vehicle is usually depreciated over several years time.
And if marketed well enough to riders it will be a play on ethics and good conscience to use a service that treats both riders and drivers with a little more respect than current options. But I checked mine and it says it excludes payment for any losses incurred in the event the vehicle is used for commercial purposes.
Total of 15.3 then add income tax which starts at 10% on incomes of up to $9275 individual then 15% on incomes up to 37650.
The market is a bit saturated now, there are nowhere near as many surges as there were before. If you use your car part-time, some of the maintenance and depreciation of the vehicle can also be written off to reduce your tax burden. I plan on buying a car for this purpose, nothing too luxury but something comfortable and nice for customers. I drive in Nyc and uber forces us to pick up uberx calls in a Luxury SUV, if we started after February 2015 and claiming that it is a nyc rule when it actually isn’t. Obviously you’re uneducated, lack common sense, and bitter Go back to school and get some more education. Yea uber is cool if you have your own car but I have a car through their exchange leasing program that’s about 600 a month plus 250 insurance plus 400 a month in gas and car washes so half of what I make goes to just keeping the car. Then there's Flag Day, Father's Day and the arrival, here in the Northern Hemisphere, of summer.
It also means you have seven days to complete some other tax-related tasks that have an April 18 deadline, too.
It's a big concern, since missing a payment or not paying enough can mean bigger tax bills, thanks to penalties and interest.
If you pay estimated taxes or are a civilian or military taxpayer living outside the United States, you should spend the coming Saturday and Sunday working on your taxes since they're due Monday, June 15.
Rivers are running again and many Lone Star State lakes are finally full(er) after years of drought. It always cracked me up when I was asked to put such long-term appointments in my datebook. Not only is January the start of the annual filing season for the prior year's tax returns, it's also time to start thinking about moves to make this year to keep your coming tax bill low. I was up at o'dark-thirty this morning to discuss some quick year-end tax tactics with KARN radio.
And yes, it also means that parents must figure out ways to deal with kids who are now out of school.
Every worker who gets a paycheck knows this by the amount of income and payroll taxes withheld each payday.
Click image to access the PDF version of Form 1040-ES, including all vouchers and instructions. Revenue   - Money the federal (national) government receives (from taxes) 2. Expenditure - Expenses during the fiscal year (budget year) 3. Read on to find out more about how the Internal Revenue Service taxes Social Security benefits. You should also know that full retirement age is the age at which you can collect 100% of your monthly benefit, and that age varies depending on the year you were born. If you're over full retirement age, then you can earn as much as you want without reducing your Social Security income. If you prefer not to have money for taxes withheld monthly for your Social Security, you can also pay quarterly estimated tax payments instead. But in others, tax provisions could help ease, at least a bit, the financial strains of unemployment.
If you opted not to have taxes withheld from unemployment payments or didn't make estimated tax payments on the amount, you'll likely owe the IRS.Married couples have another option. You do not have to attach proof of the rollover to your return, but you should keep the documents in your records, in case the IRS has any questions about the rollover.
The plan administrator, however, must withhold 20 percent of your distribution as federal income taxes, so you receive a check for only $8,000. The IRS can grant an extension when failure to waive the 60-day requirement would be against equity or good conscience, including situations where a casualty, disaster, or other event beyond an individual’s reasonable control prevented a timely rollover.
The couple became aware of these misappropriations, which resulted in taxable distributions to them, after the 60-day rollover periods had expired. The IRS agreed and waived the 60-day requirement, allowing the couple 30 days to roll over the misappropriated amounts. You did manage to get the remaining $3,000 rolled over into your new employer’s retirement plan within the 60-day time limit. In addition, you’ll probably get hit with a 10 percent early distribution penalty on that $5,000 if you received the money before age 59 ?. You are subject to tax on the distribution amount, and your contribution to the traditional IRA may be subject to limitations based on your adjusted gross income. And tips kind of suck, better off being a cabbie, get some health benefits or maybe getting some certs at school and doing a professional job.
LA is cool in certain respects, but I’d hate to raise kids there, as the culture is vapid and skin deep. Also checked a friend who was already working for Uber and her’s also had language that said any claims resulting directly or indirectly from the car being used for hire are not covered by the policy. You are also required to make quarterly estimated tax payments during the year and failure to do so will net you fine + interest on taxes not paid by the due date for the quarter in which they are earned. So I decided to drive around my own city for a couple weeks and came to the conclusion that even in a city with a population of 1 Million.


You don’t want an ambulance driver, you want a paramedic who has taken an intensive course over months and passed a licensing exam and also is responsible for continuing education courses and trainings.
And I'm not even counting things like today's National Doughnut Day and all the June weddings that will be special calendar dates for those happy couples. But the Internal Revenue Service does rely on taxpayers to voluntarily file a return every year and if enough tax hasn't been withheld, pay any added amount that's due. That single Form 1040 is a legal document and if you ignore filing it or mess it up, you'll face consequences worse than your spouse's wrath. Four extra filings: Estimated tax payments are required when you get income that isn't subject to withholding. After the Trinity River came out of its banks, the herd in the video above was safely moved to higher, drier land thanks in part to an impromptu cattle drive through the small town of Dayton, Texas.
This third 1040-ES payment covers money you got but didn't pay withholding taxes on between June 1 and Aug. I've used EFTPS for eight years and although there were some early bumps, I'm pretty happy with the system. If you get money from other sources where withholding isn't in effect, Uncle Sam expects you to take care of your due taxes in a timely fashion, too.
In case you haven't yet encountered estimated taxes, these four extra payments are for such taxable income as investment and self-employment earnings, as well as unexpected income like prizes, gambling winnings or a lottery jackpot. However, working can increase the likelihood that your Social Security income will be taxed (more on that in a minute).
If your spouse has a job, cover the unemployment taxes by having your husband or wife adjust his or her withholding to cover the taxes due on your benefits.Check EITC eligibilityThe earned income tax credit, or EITC, is a tax break for workers who don't make very much money.
This is why it’s best to NEVER touch retirement fund when you retire but have one custodian transfer the money to the other.
That amount was not rolled over into an IRA account, so it is considered a taxable distribution to you. You will report this as withholding on your Form 1040, and if you are otherwise paid up tax-wise, you should get that back as a refund when you file your return.
Within 60 days, you replenish that $20,000 by taking $20,000 from the second IRA and so on with the six IRAs. If they met all other rollover requirements, no federal income tax or 10 percent penalty tax would apply to the involuntary distributions. Florida was working on making ride sharing companies provide primary insurance and I have heard Lyft covers their drivers as primary any time the app is open (meaning the drivers is available for rides). If it was a nyc rule then why can other companies even lyft allow us to pick up calls that are car is designated for? The Beatles' most famous tax-related song is Tax Man, but for this post, Eight Days a Week works, too.
Her forced smile makes me think she's not buying what he's saying as they work together on their joint tax return.
This could be income as an independent contractor, investment earnings, prize money or certain gambling winnings. Click image to download the 2014 Estimated Tax package from IRS.gov This week's Weekly Tax Tip looks at what's involved with these four extra tax payments that lots of folks have to make. Technically, we have a day and a half (sorry for not posting sooner; one of those crazy days) to get our returns done -- and by "we," I mean all y'all planning to send in a 1040 because I've already filed an extension. Budget Deficit - The amount of money the federal government overspends each year     because total revenue is less than total spending.    4.
Because your overall earnings were reduced by your layoff, you now may be eligible for the EITC.Unemployment benefits don't count toward EITC eligibility, but if you earned any other income during the year, you can use that amount to calculate a possible credit claim.
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In this manner, you have extended the 60 day rule into the 360 day rule (6 IRAs x 60 days each) to give yourself almost a year round loan.
With that said you’ll have to put in a good 60 hrs of work to make $1,000, Decuct Vehicle Expenses, Ride Share Fees, and you are left with $400. I had a trip on July 5th after July 4th midnight that exceeded over $1000 that uber has flagged and not paid me for, I have gone to the office and they said I won’t get paid for it and when I demanded a managed she stated it is under investigation, what does it have to do with me? Here the IRS expects estimated tax payments (generally four a year via Form 1040-ES) in addition to an annual Form 1040.
Several areas in Texas, Oklahoma and other Plains States suffered the deadly side of Mother Nature.
Those three months and today's third estimated tax deadline earn 3 the latest By the Numbers honor.
One of the biggest complaints is that it takes some time for the account to be operational.
The Internal Revenue Service accepts as timely filed returns that are postmarked or e-filed by midnight April 15 local time, so that gives you today and tomorrow. Estimated taxes are paid via four extra payments filed with the Internal Revenue Service using Form 1040-ES. We do not permit the inclusion of hyperlinks in comments and may remove any comment that includes a hyperlink.
Of course all of this is governed by your individual state insurance regulations and financial responsibility requirements that each state sets for motor vehicles.
I completed the trip they gave me which lasted 4.5 hours from New York City to Alabany and just because it exceeds over $1000 they blame me?
Tax Day 2016 is April 18: So it's no surprise that the Internal Revenue Service is already announcing a tweak in connection with the 2016 tax filing deadline.
But there are other figures that come into account as you figure your estimated tax payments. If you've been reading the ol' blog for the last eight years, you know I started my tax musings by referring to any consideration of taxes as the most wonderful time of the year.
National Debt - The total amount of money that the federal government owes (to those     people who own U.S.
This means if you don't owe any taxes, you'll be able to get a refund of the excess EITC amount.Tap retirement accounts earlyIn dire situations, you might be tempted to cash out a retirement plan. In this case, it is good to know that there is a possibility of relief from a 60-day rollover requirement missed due to certain involuntary acts or hardships.
You state may be more or less restrictive also if you cross state lines you may have to meet requirements of both states. And that’s because Uber REFUSES to let select vehicle drivers pickup ONLY Select customers.
Amounts used to figure estimated tax: The biggie is your expected adjusted gross income, or AGI, for the year. And while taxes must share at least 25 of December's days with the big annual gift-giving event, this final month of the year is a great time to give yourself a smaller tax bill. For some filers, that prior year traditional IRA contribution could count as an above-the-line deduction on Form 1040 or 1040A. Budget - A Visual Perspective  14-1 WHAT ARE TAXES?   Taxes are payments that people are required to pay to a local, state, or national government. The penalty also applies if you are younger than 55 and take a 401(k) distribution.The penalty is waived, however, if you use your IRA money to pay for unreimbursed medical expenses that total more than 10% of your income in 2015.
Sometimes there are no cars in a busy area and there is no surge, now that’s bullshit. Taxes supply revenue, or income, to provide the goods and services that people expect from government. Surge charge states that there is no cars in the area and the surge is to encourage the drivers, total bullshit. The Constitution grants Congress the power to tax and also limits the kinds of taxes Congress can impose. Which is why it only took me 48-hours to decide I would NEVER pickup another Uber Pool fare EVER AGAIN. Federal taxes must be for the common defense and general welfare,” must be the same in all states, and may not be placed on exports ("denied power").
When government creates a tax, it decides on the type of tax base—the income, property, good, or service that is subject to a tax. Uber takes 20%-29% percent and on top of that you have sales tax=8.9% nyc and black car fund which is another 4% and is not an option.
A proportional taxis a tax in which the percentage of income paid in taxes remains the same for all income levels.
The guarantees are bullshit and after all fees, maintenance, gas, tickets, Bills and yearly taxes, we make about $10-13 dollars and hour. It is collected on a “pay-as-you-earn” system throughout the year, mostly by employers withholding, or taking out part of an employee’s income and sending it to the federal government. At the end of the year employers send employees a report showing how much has been withheld. Like personal income taxes, corporate taxes are progressive.Tax rates increase as profits increase.
The Federal Insurance Contributions Act, or FICA, taxes are also withheld from people’s salaries.
Most goes for Social Security, which was established in 1935 as a retirement fund for workers. Now it also provides benefits to wage earners’ surviving family members and people with disabilities. FICA taxes also fund Medicare, a national health insurance program for people over age 65. 2012 Tax Tables (go to page 34)14-3 FEDERAL SPENDING      The federal government takes in nearly $2 trillion dollars a year in revenue. About three-quarters of its spending, however, is “mandatory.”    Mandatory spending is money lawmakers are required by law to spend on certain programs or to use for interest payments on the national debt. The largest entitlement programs are Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, which provides health insurance to low-income families. Other mandatory spending programs include food stamps, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and child nutrition, generally for low-income people.
The federal government also pays retirement benefits and insurance for federal workers and veterans’ pensions.  Discretionary spending is spending for which government planners can make choices. Discretionary spending includes defense spending, education, national parks and monuments, transportation, disaster aid, foreign aid, and many other items. The federal government also provides aid to state and local governments and shares the costs for some programs with state and local governments.
Medicaid costs, for example, are shared by both the federal and state governments.   What is the Fiscal Cliff? The operating budget pays day-to day expenses.   New York State medicaid budget  The capital budget pays for major capital, or investment, spending.
While tax policies and spending differ among states, most spend the largest amounts on education, public safety, highways, and public welfare.
States may also have excise taxes, state income taxes, taxes on real property, such as land and buildings,    and personal property, such as furniture and jewelry. Local governments—towns, cities, townships, counties, and special districts—also collect taxes. These taxes support public schools, law enforcement, fire protection, libraries, airports, public hospitals, parks, public transportation, and more.



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