Summary of ๐Ÿ‘‰ El ORIGEN de los IMPUESTOS ๐Ÿ”ฅ Historia de los Impuestos ๐Ÿ’ฃ

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This video discusses the history of taxes, how they originated, and how they have been collected throughout the years. It also explains how some people are exempt from paying taxes, and how taxes are now used to fund various government programs and services.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, the history of taxes is discussed. Taxes originated from the idea of people paying tribute to their gods in order to ensure their safety and well-being. Over time, taxes became formalized and regulated, with the first taxes being collected by Egyptian priests during the Old Kingdom period (3100 BC). Later, during the Empire period (27 BC- AD 476), Roman emperors began collecting taxes as a way of funding their military campaigns. From this point on, taxes have been a common practice throughout the world. However, some people are exempt from paying taxes, such as the Pharaohs and priests. Taxes are now a way of funding the various government programs and services in a country.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, the history of taxes is explained, starting with ancient Egyptian customs. For the ancient Egyptian, a sack of grain with less than a pound of grain meant the death of the family. In Greek society, very different from the Egyptian government, they saw that freedom of the people was undermined by taxes. They feared abusing them and turning themselves into dictators over their people. They distinguished direct taxes, which were collected without any problem, from indirect taxes, which were collected from the purchase of products or services. Indirect taxes, which were collected from the acquisition of goods or services, were collected without any problem. Direct taxes, which affected a certain social class, such as religion, were paid under consent. There was also a 5% tax on foreign imports, which was used to finance special government expenses in ancient Greece. Existing methods such as direct taxes only affected foreigners. Another example is the XXV century, where an indirect tax was imposed only during wartime and once the war was over, the excess money was repaid to the citizens. This way, the Greeks considered their citizens to be so free that indirect taxes were carefully designed and applied. The last imperial age, which ended in the Middle Ages, was the one who most enlightened the system of taxes in
  • 00:10:00 In 1776, the United States of America declared its independence from Great Britain. This event inspired the creation of various taxes throughout other countries in America, which became known as "colonias americanas soberanas e independientes." The understanding was that increasing and worsening taxes was a way of oppressing and punishing the current population in all of the current governments around the world. Taxes are minimally necessary for an existence of a state, but are not necessary for the well-being of the populace. Ever since 4,000 years ago, taxes have only benefited the government and sometimes corrupt clergy. Only those who are benefited by taxes are not true to the idea that with government revenue, services and jobs can be provided for the populace. It is also necessary to recognize that there are times as in Nordic countries where taxes are high and well administered and as a result, they achieve the best economic outcomes in the world. There are also times when taxes are high and poorly administered, leading to greater poverty and below-average exceptions. Argentina has the record for the most total taxes in the world, and is currently increasing them. It is perhaps in the spirit of capitalism that my ideas are something of a capitalist, but this does not change the fact that taxes are the

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