It is the Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution that gives the government the power to collect taxes. The amendment was adopted on February 3, 1913.
The Constitution does under the First Article.
Why dose the government collect income taxes
When the Government sold the right to collect taxes to private individuals.
"The taxes" as you say, ARE the revenue to the government
They don't have the right. We shouldn't have to pay taxes.THE END
The government needs to collect taxes for public services like libraries, public radio stations, e.t.c. Also they collect taxes so they can give money to the unemployed.
To fund the operations of government.
they shouldn't have taxes anyway
By the taxman!
The tenth amendment gives power to the states that is not expressly given to the federal government. The federal government reserves the right to collect taxes, declare war, and regulate interstate commerce.
With tax collectors that came to the Americas to collect the taxes.
They are called concurrent powersto collect taxes.The power to collect taxes
The constitutional framework of taxation in India gives the government the power to collect taxes. Chapter six of the Indian constitution highlights on direct and indirect taxes.
government in the Aztec were in charge to collect taxes. From: Harry Vasquez
The government makes money by collecting taxes. They collect taxes constantly (eg. gas tax).
By taxing their income.
True. Under the Articles of Confederation the government had no power to collect taxes.
To lay and collect taxes is to impose a specific amount the taxes are, and to collect taxes is to literally collect the taxes from people.
Yes, the central government did not have the right to collect taxes which prevented it from paying their veterans.