Seven facts about Tax Day
[1.] In 1861, Income tax was first introduced in the United States of America.
[2.] In 1913, the federal form 1040 was introduced.
US citizens and residents with a net income of $3,000
or over had to file income tax returns for the taxable year.
[3.]In 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed
The Social Security Act into law.
[4.] In 1936, Social Security cards with numbers were made.
[5.] In 1961 taxpayers were required to use their
Social Security number for identification on their tax form.
[6.]Tax Day is not a federal public holiday in the United States.
Post offices, Court House, Schools, Banks, and other businesses
and organizations are open as usual.
Public transport services run their usual schedules.
[7.] In 1913 Tax Day, or the filing deadline, was on March 1st.
In 1918 Tax Day was moved to March 15th.
In 1955 Tax Day was moved to April 15th.
It has remained on April 15th since then.
Tell us then, what is your opinion?
Is it right to pay the imperial tax [a] to Caesar or not?
 But Jesus, knowing their evil intent,
said, You hypocrites, why are you trying to trap me?
 Show me the coin used for paying the tax.
They brought him a denarius,
 and he asked them,
Whose image is this? And whose inscription?
 Caesarís, they replied.
Then he said to them, So give back
to Caesar what is Caesarís,
and to God what is Godís.
Romans 13:6-7 (NIV)
This is also why you pay taxes,
for the authorities are Godís servants,
who give their full time to governing.
 Give to everyone what you owe them:
If you owe taxes, pay taxes;
if revenue, then revenue;
if respect, then respect;
if honor, then honor.
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