That equals $2,149 for every man, woman, and child in the U.S.A. or $8,596 for a family of 4. Since the 1950s virtually every local, state and federal government institution has quietly invested a portion of its tax revenues into the stock market. Today this collective investment portfolio encompasses over 70 percent ownership of the stock market.
Most of these institutions keep track of these funds through a secret set of books that they hide from public auditors. It's estimated that there is enough money in these hidden accounts to fund all government expenses for the next 9 to 11 years without any additional tax revenue collected. Learn about the movement that would force local governments to redistribute some of this money back into the public sector. Find out how much surplus money your state is hording and what your share would be. Contact information.
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