Income tax

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The United States Federal Income Tax is a tax levied on an activity or event. There are three possible subjects which the Federal Government could tax: 1)Property 2)Capitation and 3) an activity or event. The first two are considered direct taxes. The third is an Indirect tax. There are specific rules for each of these classes of taxes in the U.S. Federal Constitution.