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Taxation

Author: Stephen Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199683697
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Tax revenues pay for many public services, including roads, health care, and education. However, it has become a contentious political issue of public debate. In this volume, Stephen Smith explains the role that taxes play in a modern economy and describes some of the main taxes used by most developed and developing countries. It considers the key issues: the question of where the burden of taxation really lies, how taxation affects the economy, and the effects of tax evasion and tax avoidance.

Handbook On Taxation

Author: W. Bartley Hildreth
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824701970
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A groundbreaking reference, this book provides a comprehensive review of tax policy from political, legal, constitutional, administrative, and economic perspectives. A collection of writings from over 45 prominent tax experts, it charts the influence of taxation on economic activity and economic behavior. Featuring over 2400 references, tables, equations, and drawings, the book describes how taxes affect individual and business behavior, shows how taxes operate as work and investment incentives, explains how tax structures impact different income groups, weighs the balanced use of sales, property, and personal income taxes, traces the influence of recent tax changes, and more.

Comparative Income Taxation

Author: Hugh J. Ault
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 904113204X
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The purpose of this book is to compare different solutions adopted by nine industrialized countries to common problems of income tax design. As in other legal domains, comparative study of income taxation can provide fresh perspectives from which to examine a particular national system. Increasing economic globalization also makes understanding foreign tax systems relevant to a growing set of transnational business transactions. Comparative study is, however, notoriously difficult. Full understanding of a foreign tax system may require mastery not only of a foreign language, but also of foreign business and legal cultures. It would be the work of a lifetime for a single individual to achieve that level of understanding of the nine income taxes compared in this volume. Suppose, however, that an international group of tax law professors, each expert in his own national system, were asked to describe how that system resolved specific problems of income tax design with respect to individuals, business organizations, and international transactions. Suppose further that the leaders of the group wove the resulting answers into a single continuous exposition, which was then reviewed and critiqued by a wider group of tax teachers. The resulting text would provide a convenient and comprehensive introduction to foreign approaches to income taxation for teachers, students, policy-makers and practitioners. That is the path followed by Hugh Ault and Brian Arnold and their collaborators in the development of this fascinating book. Henceforth, a reader interested in how other developed countries resolve such structural issues as the taxation of fringe benefits, the effect of unrealized appreciation at death, the classification of business entities, expatriation to avoid taxes, and so on, can turn to this volume for an initial answer. This book should greatly facilitate comparative analysis in teaching and writing about taxation in the US and elsewhere.

Taxation Law Planning And Policy

Author: Michael A. Livingston
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 0327176180
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This publication differs from most existing tax casebooks the following ways: • The book includes complete chapters on business, international, and estate and gift taxation, three areas of substantial importance that are historically left out of the basic tax course. • The book places a strong emphasis on planning and policy, not as an adjunct to the more common legal materials, but as part of an integrated pedagogic approach. Each case or group of cases is followed by three different sets of problems -- Using the Sources, Law and Planning, and Politics and Policy -- which are designed to develop the student's law, planning, and policy analysis skills on a systematic basis. Excerpts from leading law review articles are included in each chapter so that students can understand for themselves the basic issues in tax policy and legislation. • The book emphasizes current concerns in tax law and policy, issues and problems that are likely to confront the next generation of tax practitioners and policy-makers. Thus, substantial space is devoted to the new breed of tax shelters; the tax treatment of gay and unmarried couples; and the relationship of taxes to health, retirement, and environmental policy, without sacrificing the "classic" cases that are the backbone of any tax book. The text consists of twelve chapters, each containing all of the types of problems described above and concluding with an in-depth, take-home problem that may be used either as the basis for in-class discussion or as a graded written assignment. This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Taxation

Author: Michael A. Livingston
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1422476804
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Taxation Law And Practice

Author: V. BALACHANDRAN
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120346610
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This easy-to-read text covers the entire gamut of direct and indirect taxes. The first eight chapters deal with direct taxes and generation of income from different sources. The last five chapters focus on different forms of indirect taxes. This text lucidly explains the acts, rules, sections, laws of direct and indirect taxes with a view to integrating the relevance of these laws with tax planning. The text fosters a clear understanding of the principles relating to computation of taxable income under each head of income. It covers different types of excise duties, methods of valuation for customs, types of transactions under the Central Sales Tax Act, variants of VAT and different methods of computation of VAT and service tax for management and professional services. A number of solved Illustrations at the end of each chapter are provided for easy comprehension of the subject. These along with chapter-end questions consisting of short answer questions, long answer questions and exercises, enhance its value as a text. This text is intended for the undergraduate students of management, commerce and law (BBA, BCom and BL/LLB). Students pursuing professional courses such as CA, BCS (Bachelor of Corporate Secretaryship) and the aspirants of Civil Services Examinations will also find the text immensely useful.

Taxation Of Capital Gains Under The Oecd Model Convention

Author: Stefano Simontacchi
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041125493
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Increasing globalization and the related cross-border flows of capital resources has only increased interest in the taxation of transnational capital gains among practitioners and scholars. This is particularly true as it relates to investments in immovable property. As a consequence, Article 13 of the OECD Model Convention - covering capital gains - has emerged as one of the document’s key provisions. Despite this, international tax literature has devoted little attention to the systematic analysis of capital gains in relation to tax treaties. Stefano Simontacchi's thorough and thoughtful examination of the ramifications of Article 13 addresses this “need to know” in a meaningful - and readily actionable - fashion. Based on in-depth historical research, the book pays particular attention to the definition of capital gains falling within the scope of Article 13. It also thoroughly analyses the treaty regime applicable to gains derived from the alienation of both immovable property and shares of immovable property companies. International tax professionals will quickly recognize Stefano Simontacchi’s book as an indispensable and highly accessible guide to an area of practice that continues to grow in scope and importance.