Taxation Essay Examples

The Effect Of Corruption On Taxtation System

Introduction: The Federal government to collect taxes on income other than agriculture income, taxes on capital value, custom, excise duties and sale taxes. In the modern age, corruption is found in almost all the countries of the world. It has been found in all the ages, like an incurable diseases. It has a great crime… View Article

You Decide Activity

I would like to thank you for coming into the office and permitting us to review and deliberate the concerns you have with your tax questions. Please contact me, after you both have studied my suggestions, so we can address any other questions you may have at that time. John Smith’s questions: 1(a) How is… View Article

Tax Policies

Taxes are financial charges or levies impose by a government on companies or individuals as a source of government revenue. Government needs revenues to cover their expenditure, which include enforcement of law and order, security, public works and infrastructures. The government also finances education and health care systems. Taxes are levied to transfer wealth from… View Article

Federal Income Tax

ABSTRACT: Of late, tax reform is the main subject widely debated in all the corners of the US. As an alternative to the existing federal income tax system, there are many proposals such as “reduction of tax rates, broadening of tax base, reducing tax to GDP ratios, flattening of tax structure “.  The Flat rate… View Article

Major v. Brodie

Case Law Where the tax liability of an English taxpayer depended on the nature of some entity or structure which was not constituted under English law, the matter was to be determined by reference to the actual legal characteristics of that entity or structure under its own governing law. To the extent that the taxpayers’… View Article

Tax Returns

Consider an accountant who prepares tax returns. Suppose a form 1040EZ requires $12 in computer resources to process and 22 minutes of the accountant’s time. Assume a form 1040A takes $25 in computer resources and needs 48 minutes of the accountant’s time. If the accountant can spend $630 on computer resources and has 1194 minutes… View Article

The Progressive Tax System

What is a progressive tax system and how does it work?             A progressive tax is a system of taxation imposed on the payers in such a way that the effective tax rate applied increases as the amount to which that particular rate is applied increases. Simply put: The bigger the amount to be taxed,… View Article

Origin of the term black money

• The term black money is of a recent origin which first came to be used around the year 2000. It is another variation of advance fee fraud and is also called a ‘wash wash scam’. The scam came to be known as black money scam was originally handled by swindlers or conmen who fraudulently… View Article

Soju (South Korea)

Soju is one of the most famous alcoholic beverage in Korea. Though other competitors are present in abundance but soju as has its advantage because of the alcohol content which is 25% and the most important is its pricing, lowest in the market. Moreover soju was very popular among the youngsters in Korea and was… View Article

Existing Direct Tax System and Proposed Direct Tax Code in India

Tax is defined as a compulsory payment made to the government by the individuals firms and companies without any expectation of a direct return. In general there are two types of tax system prevailing in our country. One is direct tax and other is indirect tax. Here we will restrict our discussion to direct tax… View Article

Corporations today

In the United States today there are millions of corporations in many different industries. All of them must abide by the current taxation rules and regulations that have been set by IRS and congress. The Internal Revenue Code, which was originally founded in 1939, set the foundation for the codification that we have in place… View Article

Trends in Fiscal Policy of India

ABSTRACT This essay traces the major developments in India’s fiscal policy from the early stages of planned development in the 1950s, through the country’s balance of payments crisis of 1991, the subsequent economic liberalisation and rapid growth phase, the response to the global financial crisis of 2008 and the recent post-crisis moves to return to… View Article

Visakhapatnam Special Economic Zone

Visakhapatnam Special Economic Zone (VSEZ) formerly known as VEPZ was established in 1989 offers state of the art infrastructure coupled with liberal package of incentives, concessions and support services. The export-friendly administrative set up ensures disposal of all approvals and clearances instantly. SEZ’s (Special Economic Zones) are a geographic location within a country which represents… View Article

Emerging Trends in Entrepreneurship

My reaction in syntax law ,I`am so happy when the syntax law is now on the law that many people will minimize their(bisyo)The Recto bill was not well-received by the various sectors championing sin tax reform as it sought to retain the multitiered system and increase excise tax collection from tobacco and alcohol products by… View Article

UK Tax System

Tax in simple terms refers to the government raising money to spend on public services which includes health and social security system and education. Tax levied on a number of goods and services in the form of Value Added Tax (VAT), such as income tax on the money we earn. Tax can also be imposed… View Article