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  • Taxation

    [Name]: YuPei [TP Number]: TP024726 [Intake Number]: UC2F1303AF {FI} [Subject Code]: Introduction to Taxation [Lecturer’s name]: KHO GUAN KHAI [Assignment title]: Individual Assignment [Date of Submission]: 31st May 2013 Context Introduction…………………………………………..1 Personal Income Tax ……………………………..1 Tax rate……………………………………………......3 Tax relief ……………………………………………....4 Personal income tax relief……………………..5 Tax rebate…………………………………………….. 7 Taxable income and tax liability‘s calculated

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  • Taxation

    Question 1. One of the important concepts in Canadian taxation is integration. Discuss the mechanisms built into the Canadian tax system for Canadian controlled private corporations to allow for integration. In your discussion‚ include the taxes put into the system to prevent deferral‚ the dividend gross-up and dividend tax credit prior to 2014 and for tax years after 2013. Discuss both investment income and business income. Question 2. Memo To: Staff Accountant From: Manager

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  • Taxation

    PAPER F6 TAXATION (UK) P R A C T I C E & R E V I S I O N K I T FA 2012 BPP Learning Media is the sole ACCA Platinum Approved Learning Partner – content for the ACCA qualification. In this‚ the only Paper F6 Practice and Revision Kit to be reviewed by the examiner:      We discuss the best strategies for revising and taking your ACCA exams We show you how to be well prepared for your exam We give you lots of great guidance on tackling questions We show you how you can build your own

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  • Commodity Taxation

    Chapter 14 Commodity Taxation Reading • Essential reading – Hindriks‚ J and G.D. Myles Intermediate Public Economics. (Cambridge: MIT Press‚ 2005) Chapter 14. • Further reading – Diamond‚ P.A. and J.A. Mirrlees (1971) ‘Optimal taxation and public production 1: Production efficiency and 2: Tax rules’‚ American Economic Review‚ 61‚ 8—27 and 261—278. – Madden‚ D.‚ (1995) ‘An analysis of indirect tax reform in Ireland in the 1980s’‚ Fiscal Studies‚ 16‚ 18—37. – Murty‚ M.N. and R. Ray (1987)

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  • Taxation In The Philippines

    Taxation in the Philippines From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation‚ search This article needs more links to other articles to help integrate it into the encyclopedia. Please help improve this article by adding links that are relevant to the context within the existing text. (May 2013) Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy Policies[show] Government revenue Tax revenue Non-tax revenue Tax law Tax bracket Tax threshold Exemption Credit Deduction Tax shift Tax cut Tax holiday Tax

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  • Understanding Taxation

    1 License fees 3.7.2 Poll tax 3.7.3 Other o 3.8 Descriptive labels given some taxes  3.8.1 Ad valorem   o  3.8.2 Consumption tax 3.8.3 Environmental tax 3.9 Fees and effective taxes 4 History o o 4.1 Taxation levels 4.2 Forms of taxation  5 Economic effects o o 5.1 Tax incidence 5.2 Reduced economic welfare     5.2.1 Cost of compliance 5.2.2

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  • Canons of Taxation

    Canons/Principles of Taxation By Adam Smith:   Adam smith‚ the father of modem political economy‚ has laid down four principles or cannons of taxation in his famous book "Wealth of Nations". These principles are still considered to be the starting point of sound public finance. Adam Smith’s celebrated cannons of taxation are:   (1) Cannon of equality or ability‚ (2) Cannon of certainty‚ (3) Cannon of convenience‚ and  (4) Cannon of economy.   (1) Canon of equality or ability: Canon of equality

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  • Introduction to Taxation

    INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION Unlike most transfers‚ which are voluntary‚ taxation is compulsory. That’s needed because of free-rider problem (no one will have injective to contribute) Modern taxes are monetized (individuals provide just money) Tariffs are taxes imposed on imported goods. Tariffs protect domestic producers. Taxes can be divided to: • direct • indirect Direct taxes are individual income tax‚ payroll tax (used to finance social) security‚ corporation income tax

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  • Introduction to Taxation

    Subject: Taxation Topic: Advantages Of Direct Taxes & Impacts Of Indirect Taxes on Corporate sector By: Vrushika Sheth Introduction on Tax To tax (from the Latin taxo; "I estimate") is to impose a financial charge or other levy upon a taxpayer (an individual or legal entity) by a state or

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  • presumptive taxation

    Presumptive Taxation A presumptive or imputed tax is generally a proxy for the standard tax. It is applied when the tax base is too small or hard to verify‚ due to limited administrative resources‚ or improper accounting practices. According to a definition by Ahmed and Stern (1991)‚ “The term presumptive taxation covers a number of procedures under which the ‘desired’ base for taxation (direct or indirect) is not itself measured‚ but is inferred from some simple indicators which are more easily

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