Tax Essay Examples

Gambling: a cash cow for provincial government

1. What do you think? Is it okay for government to be in the gambling business? As far as I am concerned, it is very vital for government to be in the gambling business. Government is the most powerful department of the country, so it is okay for government to be in the gambling business… View Article

United States Income Tax

Income tax, in general is one of the ways how a government earns money. Through it, institutions, roads, healthcare, facilities, etc. are funded. The United States of America has one of the most productive and effective income tax systems in the world as observed in its strong economies. In early 1700’s, the nation’s taxes majority… View Article

Truth in the Legality of Income Taxes

On April 15 Americans rush to a crowded parking lot, racing against a deadline to file their 1040. These well-intentioned, hard working, honorable Americans believe that they are duty bound and even bound by a law requiring them to pay an income tax on their labor. Also, there exists a populous with like-attributes who do… View Article

Housing Prices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New Jersey

Housing prices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New Jersey have risen since 2001 for a variety of factors. The paper will look at which state housing prices have risen the most and why, as well explain how government spending and taxes have effected housing prices. According to the website for the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise… View Article

What Should Be Used: Single or Multiple Vat Rates

One of the most interesting things to discuss is: Do multiple rates influence the prices or is it better to have just one VAT rate for all goods and services? Before finding out if the VAT influences prices, we should know what its role is. Value added tax is a tax on the value added… View Article

Research Paper Taxation

Wage is the fixed amount of compensation for service rendered covering a fixed period of time, usually hours, or fixed amount of work. It is usually a compensation given to skilled and unskilled labor. Commission is usually a wage given to skilled and unskilled labor. Commission is usually a wage given to a salesperson based… View Article

Increasing Taxes on Alcohol and Cigarettes

•“Sin taxes” on cigarettes and alcohol are designed to boost revenue, not improve public health •Minimum alcohol pricing will exacerbate poverty and entrench inequality without discouraging binge drinking •Most of the costs of drinking and smoking fall on individual consumers, not the public. There is no economic justification for increasing taxes on smokers and drinkers…. View Article

Sin Tax Bill

Philippines—A “sin tax” on cigarettes and alcohol dampened the New Year party spirit when it was introduced in the Philippines Tuesday, as part of a government bid to boost finances. Many stores started selling tobacco and drink at inflated prices before midnight, ahead of the official implementation of the tax hikes on January 1, hitting… View Article

What Is GST?

* GST is a comprehensive tax on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods and services at a national level and aimed to remove the cascading effect of tax, standardise the procedural aspect and create a single, unified Indian market to strengthen the economy. * Its effective implementation would change the tax administration and the manner… View Article

Low-Cost Computers for the Developing World

Introduction The tax in all ages of the main themes that ran researchers because of their Close contact conditions peoples, and that in terms of political, economic and social, Taxes are link material that binds the individual government, one of the most important tools used by governments in drawing its financial, economic and social terms… View Article

Summary on the Situation of the United Way Today

This past year United Way was marked with new and strengthened partnerships with businesses, governments, nonprofits and other institutions. The opening of the Mary M. Gates Learning Center began a new era in how United Ways expand the reach of its network. This state-of-the-art learning center at United Way Worldwide strengthens collaboration and learning opportunities,… View Article

History of Goods and Service Tax in Malaysia

1. Introduction of GST Goods and service tax were first deliberated in 2005 with the intention to introducing it in 1st January 2007. However, it was withdrawn in the following year. In 2009, GST was revived with a proposed rate of 4% to replace current Sales Tax of 10% and Service Tax of 5% in… View Article

Optimal Sin Taxes

We investigate ‘‘sin taxes’’ on unhealthy items, such as fatty foods, that people may (by their own reckoning) consume too much of. We employ a standard optimal-taxation framework, but replace the standard assumption that all consumers have 100% self control with an assumption that some consumers may have some degree of self-control problems. We show… View Article

Tax Office Operation Transformation

Governments of developing countries are constantly scrambling to raise the revenues required to finance higher service demands expected by their citizens and the infrastructure (economic, social and environmental) that will enable them to grow the nation towards being industrialized. And to sustain the all imperative comparative advantage over neighbouring nations. Taxation revenues continue to be… View Article