National tax policy

National tax policy

The way a country chooses to allocate tax burdens.
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Corporate Income Tax Competition and the Scope for National Tax Policy in the Enlarged Europe".
In the absence of broad tax reform, piecemeal changes to tax policy have created a cycle of uncertainty in our tax system," said Jeff Kummer, director, Deloitte Tax LLP and a member of Washington National Tax policy group.
During her tenure as the JTB Chairman, she led comprehensive tax reforms that caused the first ever development of a national tax policy, amendment of tax legislation and significant enhancement in the efficiency of Tax Administration.
And hopefully--some day--we'll have a reformed national tax policy that's tilted more to production and innovation, far less to consumption.
Contrary to an influential part of the literature, national tax policy choices cause significant externalities for other nation-states.
Bill Archer, R-Houston, served 30 years in the House and headed the Ways and Means Committee, which helps set national tax policy.
ToryMEPVicky Ford said the proposed "financial transactions tax" would effectively add hugely to the UK's EU budget contributions, while putting a part of national tax policy in the hands of Brussels.
This Article demonstrates how and why states use the unique soft governance structure of the OECD to develop global tax policy norms and achieve national tax policy goals, and explores some of the implications of this particular means of balancing the competing goals of international cooperation and national autonomy in a politically, socially, and economically globalized world.
This change in our national tax policy would benefit working families (households with income under $52,000) who must drive to work--as 88 percent of workers do today--as well as those who can take transit.
The Commission approach combines elements of coordination of national tax policy decisions, cooperation in international forums (e.
Asked about their top priority for any national tax policy toward the Web, 40 percent of the respondents mentioned a consistent, simplified e-commerce tax policy, 31 percent cited an extension of the moratorium, and 24 percent argued for a permanent ban on Internet taxes.
national tax policy on soil conservation was generally inconsistent.
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