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  • GuamGuam receives large transfer payments from the US Federal Treasury ($143 million in 1997) into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam (2001 est.)

    Economic aid-recipient

  • Why on Earth should we be forced to pay federal taxes when we have generals calling us immoral, a president pushing for a Federal amendment to outlaw our union, no federal protection from states that ban our rights, DOMA, the Federal Defense of Marriage Act ... no, if the US of A doesn't want to treat us like citizens, then why should we have to pay them like ones?

    Charles Karel Bouley: Who, Exactly, Are You Calling Immoral?

  • Economic aid¬órecipient: Guam receives large transfer payments from the US Federal Treasury ($143 million in 1997) into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam (2001 est.)

    Guam

  • US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 1994 CIA World Factbook

  • Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 2000 CIA World Factbook

  • Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • Economic aid -- recipient: $NA; note? although Guam receives no foreign aid, it does receive large transfer payments from the general revenues of the US Federal Treasury into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • Treasury into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guamanian Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • Treasury ($143 million in 1997) into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Economic aid - recipient: Guam receives large transfer payments from the US Federal Treasury ($143 million in 1997) into which Guamanians pay no income or excise taxes; under the provisions of a special law of Congress, the Guam Treasury, rather than the US Treasury, receives federal income taxes paid by military and civilian Federal employees stationed in Guam

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

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