The relation with economic growth and the taxation has a prominent position of many policymakers and academic members, for being an important instrument of economic policy, where the use of tax collected by the government should serve to attend the social demands. This work aims to obtain some evidences about the impacts of the tax inflow at the economic growth, using panel data with fixed effect to the member countries of the G20, in a time horizon of 2005 to 2014. For these countries, the empirical results suggest that the effect of government spending, care and income tax revenues have significant effects on GDP growth. On the other hand, taxes on international trade had no effect on the growth of the product. Thus, these results provide evidence that may support the hypothesis that the literature indicates where fiscal policy has statistically significant effects on economic growth.
Keywords: Tax Collection, Economic Growth, the Countries of the G20.