People should keep all the money they earn and should not pay tax to the state.Agree or disagree?

Pay
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Paying
taxes to the
government
is a responsibility of every citizen of the countries who are earning. I disagree with the statement that individuals should not pay taxes to the state. The
government
runs from the taxes it collects. Taxes are collected by only those who earn above minimum limit.
First
and foremost,
Tax
money collected by
government
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the government
is used to fund basic amenities, provide various services to citizens and for
government
administration, projects, army and so on.
it
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It
is not wrong to say "
country
runs on taxes". It is very important for
government
to make people pay taxes.
On the other hand
, some people do not want to pay taxes because their dissatisfaction with
government's
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government
services
which provide to them
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which provide them
. They blame on
government
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the government
for
such
things like poverty, unemployment, but they are not wrong as
tax
revenue is misused in some unwanted things.
Moreover
,
tax system
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the tax system
is so
complex which
Accept comma addition
complex, which
make problem
to pay
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pay
tax
.
Also
, some other factors are responsible in
this
problem like, unequal
tax
structure and
tax
rate. So, they do not go forward to pay
tax
. Not paying taxes can drastically affect a
country
's revenue generation, my own
country
, India, for that matter, but
then
, it is equally desired that
government
come
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comes
with a fair
tax
structure and
also
make people aware where the taxes are being diverted. Even decreasing
tax
rates can help a
country
to collect a
tax
. If
government
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the government
make
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makes
a faster system to collect a
tax
and make a strict law for
tax
avoidance, it might be possible to increase
number
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the number
of
tax
payers. Summing up, I give my opinion by saying
that is
the duty of every citizen to pay
tax
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taxes
and duty of
government
to use it appropriately
for
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in
public.
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