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 16th amendment
Amendment 16 states congress has the power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, without regaurd to census or enumeration.
The Sixteenth Amendment
The 16th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution allows for an income tax. Abraham Lincoln had used an income tax to finance the Civil War but it was latter found to be unconstitutional thus necessitating the 16th Amendment.
the 16th amendment...
The 16th amendment to the US Constitution allows the income tax.
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.
the 10th amendment gives the government the right to create schools.
The tenth amendment gives the state authority that the federal government does not have. This amendment goes into great detail about the amount of power that the federal government has and what the state has control over.