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Which of the following taxes accounts for the greatest share of federal government revenues?

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In the federal government's 2014 fiscal year, individual income taxes comprised 46% of federal revenues, and the rest was comprised of social insurance taxes (34%), corporate income taxes (11%), excise taxes (3%), custom duties (1%), estate and gift taxes (0.6%), and miscellaneous receipts (4%).

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