Taxes Là Gì

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the process by which the government of a country obtains money from its people in order lớn pay for its expenses
central/general/local taxation Britain has one of the highest rates of personal taxation in the world.

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In Europe health care, education or sponsorship of the arts, have sầu largely been financed through higher rates of taxation.
The committee proposed a sweeping overhaul of the tax code last week, aimed at shifting more of the burden of taxation khổng lồ the wealthy
In both cases, the necessary conditions are so unlikely khổng lồ be met that one can reject these arguments for proportionate taxation out of hvà.
Physical evidence of racial differentiation had to lớn wait until the boom of the 1890s provided sufficient taxation lớn implement segregated public services.
Whereas in the earlier period debates about taxation had tended to lớn focus upon political và constitutional issues, they now centred around economic ones.
Taxation of lvà values, which characterised the pre-1914 l& question, had almost disappeared from political view by the kết thúc of the 1930s.
Free of their corporatist commitments, social democratic governments have been found to limit the use of regressive sầu indirect taxation in order to lớn promote egalitarian outcomes.
Its focus on land và its elimination of the human factor promised a rational basis of administration & an " objective " basis for taxation.
Absent any general-equilibrium adjustments, the welfare effect of lower capital taxation is straightforward.
Colonial governments already taxed their subject populations heavily, but typically did so through indirect taxation as well as various forms of head tax.
This leads to the conclusion that the systems of family taxation alone can not explain emerging family patterns of labour force participation.
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