An analysis of the $340 billion in tax subsidies for housing, education, retirement, and savings in 2013 revealed that the top 1% received about $95 billion compared to the bottom 80% that received $90 billion combined. The top 0.1% of the income scale, who averaged an annual income of $7.6 million, received an average of $33,391 in federal tax cuts. On the other hand, the bottom 60%, who averaged an annual income of less than $65,000, received less than $1,000 on average. Roughly 85% of the 16.4 million Americans who are insured through private health insurance in public markets under the Affordable Care Act receives an average subsidy of $3,960 over the course of a year. Tax programs that do benefit low-income individuals include the earned-income tax credit, which increases the wages of more than 27 million low-income individuals. On the other hand, the article notes that retirement tax spending totaled $146 billion in 2014, and the average benefit for someone in the 1% of incomes was $13,088, while the bottom 60% received $200 or less. What do think of the tax distribution in the United States?