You know the kind of person who spends every single day in a hurry, and you know that you should have a couple of hours of free time to get your brain working.
You also know that the days of spending all your time trying to avoid taxes and making your friends look like assholes are over, but that you’ll always have a little time to play video games, read a book, or just do something you love.
You know, like your life.
Well, you know, in this case, you’d be right.
That’s because the US Census Bureau has just released a new report that’s giving you a taste of how much money you could expect to pay in taxes and how many hours you’ll spend in the office each year if you’re in the top 10 percent of earners.
If you’re earning between $110,000 and $150,000 per year, you’re paying about $3,700 per year in taxes, according to the census report.
The lowest earners, meanwhile, will be paying $2,400 per year.
And that’s not all: If you’re making more than $250,000, you could be paying more than a million dollars in taxes annually.
You could be shelling out more than 20,000 hours in the workplace per year as well.
While this report isn’t necessarily a perfect measure of what it means to be a top earner, it’s certainly a good starting point to gauge the average income of the American workforce.
It should also be taken with a grain of salt.
The US Census bureau estimates that more than 95 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and that some 70 percent of workers don’t take advantage of their tax breaks.
The IRS estimates that only about 8 percent of people who receive tax breaks actually use them.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that about 70 percent use tax credits, while the IRS says that about 1.6 percent of taxpayers do.
So, unless you live in the Top 10 percent, you can expect to spend the majority of your time working.
But it turns out that those who are earning more than the Top 1 percent will also be paying a lot in taxes.
That means if you make more than about $130,000 (the current cutoff), you’re going to pay $11,200 per year — or more than twice what you would have paid if you were just in the bottom 10 percent.
If that seems a little high, consider that the average salary of a top-earning worker in the US is $118,800.
If you make $1.3 million, you’ll have to pay another $1,000 to get to the top, which means you’re also going to have to take on more than one tax debt.
Even if you pay the debt off before it’s too late, you still might be paying taxes that you shouldn’t be paying.
In 2015, the government reported that there were about $7 trillion in unpaid tax bills, and there are about $1 trillion in outstanding tax debts.
The amount of unpaid tax debt has doubled in the last 20 years, from $4.4 trillion in 2008 to $14 trillion in 2013.
According to the Tax Policy Center, if you want to avoid paying taxes altogether, you should probably consider taking a vacation, and if you are still thinking about it, it may be a good idea to get out of the house.