worldwide minimum tax on resident shareholders' excess profits
Justice Sotomayor suggested in PPL that the Court could have looked at the five companies that had different initial periods as outliers, thereby making it improper to reformulate the tax as an excess profits
McLure and Zodrow provide compelling evidence that the proposed Bolivian tax was economically equivalent to an excess profits
tax and thus should have been creditable under Sec.
 An additional "declared value" excess profits
tax, based on
Suppose now that to achieve excess profits
all competing firms would join together to form a cartel.
The annual excess profits
filing involves a five-year cycle.
The excess profits
tax and the wartime hikes in corporate income tax rates were considered serious threats to the economy's postwar recovery.
But he can forget the chances off today's banks having any "excess profits
" to levy.
MORE than half the UK's small business managers would invest 2007 excess profits
beyond target back into their firm, an Abbey Business Banking Survey has shown.
The report also said that "43 contracts worth $1.2 billion were awarded to vendors with past over-claims of $350,000 or more and excess profits
greater than 4.0 per cent." In other words, these companies have a reputation for milking some excess profits
off contracts in the past.
These same vehicles paid the staggering sum of $39,133,000 in operating taxes, exclusive of income and excess profits
Treasury, The Institute conducts survey on whether companies want filing extensions for income and excess profits