Why do we have Taxes?

Taxes are important because the state can obtain the resources to provide education, health, security, justice, public works, combat poverty and boost the economic sectors that are essential for the growth of the country’s economy.

Taxes arise as a necessity derived from the decision that man adopts to live in society, thus forming the first civilizations, among which the Roman and Greek cultures stand out, which were pioneers in terms of the imposition of taxes, which generally They were made in assets (harvest, dairy products, farm animals, etc).