The third way improves U.S. economy
The Immigrant Tax Inquiry Group (ITIG) policy advocates a 10 percent Public Service Tax for our 6.5 million undocumented immigrants (who are working with others’ Social Security numbers) based on employee wages. The payments are to be split evenly between each employer and employee yielding $146 billion over a 10-year period.
ITIG policy also recommends a 10 percent Public Service Tax for domestic, service and trade industry workers—the cash economy—to be split evenly between each employer and employee. This tax will be an additional cash revenue of $30 billion over the 10-year span to be deposited in the U.S. treasury.