Which branch of government passes taxes?
This would be Congress. They are in charge of reviewing the budget and determining how much to charge for taxes each year.
The branch of the US government that passes or levies taxes is the legislative branch. The branch has input from the executive branch to help make the decisions.
The branch of government that is responsible for collecting taxes is the executive branch. Specifically, it is the IRS, which is under the Department of the Treasury, who collects taxes.
The Legislative Branch is the main branch that collects taxes
The legislative branch passes bills but it takes the executive branch to sign it into law.
the legislature branch
the judidcal branch of government
The Legislative Branch
the leislative branch
The legislative branch of the US federal government, and of the US state governments, decide on taxes.
The Legislative Branch.
The executive branch
the legislative branch also known as congress
The job of the executive branch of government is to ensure that the laws congress passes are followed.
When a government passes a new law it is exercising its legislative role legislature branch
the legislative branch
The legislative branch
Legislative Branch. The house of Representatives to be specific.
The legislative branch of the United States government is the branch that creates and passes legislation. Of course, the executive branch, or the President has the power to veto all pending legislation.
The branch of Government who makes the law is the Congress/ Legislative Branch. Some of the powers they have is to coin money, taxes, and to declare war.
both the legislature and president together
executive most likely
the legislative branch of the government authors, reviews and passes laws for a certain country.
Legislative Branch: Congress "found in Amendment 16"
The part of government that passes laws
The three branches of the US government: The legislative branch, which passes laws. The executive branch, which carries out the laws. The judicial branch, which settles disputes about the laws.
the legislative branch passes out the laws! (are you doing a 5th grade daily grade?)
The executive branch is the branch of government that can impose and collect taxes. This is due to the fact that the executive branch is made up of the president and all the cabinet departments, which includes the Department of the Treasury.
The judicial branch of government is the federal courts, mainly the Supreme Court. The courts interpret the laws that the legislative branch passes.
The Legislative branch passes new laws. The Executive branch enforces the law, and the Judicial branch interprets the law.
In the U.S., this would be the executive branch. The legislative branch passes laws, the judicial branch determines the validity of contested laws.
The excecutive branch of the government is the President. You know, the one who makes vetos the laws or passed them. The laws he passes are national; NOT state laws. And there's your answer.
The Legislative branch is usually involved in setting taxes, passing laws (and laws about taxes), and such things.
Congress, more accurately Legislative
The Executive Branch enforces the laws which includes the tax laws. The IRS is a government agency headed by the Executive Branch. The Legislative branch creates the tax laws.
It is the Legislative Branch of the U.S. government that coins money. They're also responsible for regulating trade, collecting taxes, and authorizing war.
Is it true the articles of confederation gave the national government the power to set taxes and enforce the law?
False, it was the only branch of government at the time which is the Executive branch today.
The legislative branch makes laws. The executive branch enforces laws. The judicial branch determines if laws are Constitutional.
Judicial Branch: interprets laws (says if they're constitutional or not) Legislative Branch: Passes laws (and makes them) Executive Branch: Carries out the laws (Enforces them)
The executive is the only branch that can perform general government services. Congress writes and passes the laws that create the services and appropriates funds for them, but the executive branch must administer them. Civil service, which includes most permanent government workers is in the executive branch.
The legislative branch of the government can collect tax money. They can also declare war, and write or vote on bills.
The UK government does not pass laws, the Westminster parliament is the primary lawmaking body in the UK.
On a Federal level, the Constitution gave the Legislative Branch the power to raise taxes. These taxes are to be used to pay for the facilities and operational costs of the government.
What modified the articles of confederation to make the central government stronger by raising taxes and regulating trade?
Legislative branch of government