principles of taxation

principles of taxation

the rationale underlying the use of different methods of TAXATION. There are three main principles of taxation: ABILITY-TO-PAY PRINCIPLE, BENEFITS-RECEIVED PRINCIPLE, REDISTRIBUTIONOFINCOME PRINCIPLE.
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Otherwise if you take 35 per cent from gross collections before expenses and then another 30 per cent on net of allowable deductions, this makes it retrogressive according to principles of taxation," Mr Githinji offered.
President Durterte vetoed five provisions in the first tax reform package of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act, stressing these rejected line-items did not adhere to "true principles of taxation.
The coming in of Governor Yahaya Bello has decided to impose a heavier tax burden in defiance of all principles of taxation.
He said that government should try to introduce new, friendly and clear income tax laws which should not be against the established principles of taxation, irrational, illogical, based on assumptions, self-contradictory or full of blunders.
The public got an insight of the principles of taxation and the inner workings of the BIR as Henares made herself available for radio interviews.
To avoid double taxation, principles of taxation in Turkey were provided by other laws - on foreign immigration and on employment abroad, he said.
Premier Sean Chen remarked that the revised legislation can address both the principles of taxation fairness and market stability and can establish a system with long-term influence on the market.
It would consist of combining the principles of taxation based on place of residence with taxation according to place of issue (based on the model of the British stamp duty).
Importing modern economic principles of taxation, such as a Windfall Tax, will give the government the opportunity to receive a share from sizeable profits made by companies like Solidere an other companies which benefited from unfair contracts.
The mere listing and reading the four principles mentioned, namely: Neutrality, Certainty of taxation, Tax equity, Tax efficiency and comparing them with the principles of taxation that are found both in the international literature and international law make us understand why the tax code should be completely rethought and restructured.
In fact, discussion of the principles of taxation leads naturally into this detailed review of existing and 'supposed' (that is, potential) taxes (chapters 15-32 or Part III).
The basic question is how e-commerce interacts with traditional principles of taxation.

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