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Americans spent $1500 More on food, clothing and healthcare last year as Biden’s cost of living crisis soared

Average tax bill fell by $400

A shopper weighs her food options at a local grocery store. (usda.gov)

By RONNY REYES

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

Americans spent more money on expenses like food, clothing and healthcare in 2021 while the average tax bill fell by $400, compared to the year before, as the cost of living soared under Biden.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics latest report found that in 2021, Americans spent about $16,700 in taxes to the IRS while forking over about $15,500 for food, clothing and healthcare.

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