That sum “is $152 billion, or 3.9%, more than they will spend on housing, food, and clothing combined,” says the tax research nonprofit.
Moreover, a greater percentage “of government benefits now go to pay for those same basic expenses of low-income Americans,” it says.
The Tax Foundation says it has been studying “the trends of tax collections and expenditures on housing, food, and clothing for the past several decades.”
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