Why is the power to tax a concurrent power?

Why is the power to tax a concurrent power? Should collecting taxes remain as a concurrent power? Explain.

One Response to “Why is the power to tax a concurrent power?”

  1. Ricardo A  on May 25th, 2011

    I think it’s related to the fact that taxes are collected by the city, the state and federal gov. concurrently (meaning “at the same time”). As long as the government has a local instance and a nation-wide instance, taxes are liable to follow that same schema. Research a bit more, because it is the way your government works and gets money to operate.

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