This isn't the first time lawmakers have turned to sin taxes
during hard times to raise money.
The brief, released March 21, points to major problems associated with sin taxes
Cain, meanwhile, was telling the Senate that a number of legislators cannot look at any new taxes later this year "if the Legislature refuses to raise sin taxes
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, the Clinton Administration aims to increase revenue from sin taxes
by $15 billion a year.
And he joins over 60 medical organizations in the Philippines as well as other civil society groups which have gotten together to petition President Duterte to make sure that TRAIN includes sin taxes
446 billion was already accumulated out of sin taxes
surpassing the target of P48.
You didn't say anything when they pushed tobacco ads off the air, or when they drove up the price of cigarettes with sin taxes
, or when they tried to classify nicotine as a drug.
However, sin taxes
were the more popular option for financing reform.
As a result of the BIR's decisive action against Mighty, we now expect revenues from sin taxes
to increase by P1 billion a month,' Dominguez added.
The growth in collections on sin taxes
disproves the allegations that the government is losing revenues through illicit trade," Jacinto-Henares said, adding the Oxford report is incomplete and lacks proper attribution as to source.
The golden goose of sin taxes
is just about cooked," Ronald Alt, a senior research associate with the Federation of Tax Administrators reported in the New York Times.
It all seems straightforward, but all kinds of arguments have been used against sin taxes
, and now the sugar tax.