Internet taxation

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  • Essay on Internet Taxation

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    Internet Taxation The advent and expansion of the Internet have brought the issue of the application of state and local sales taxation to Internet, telephone, catalog, and other "remote sales" to the forefront of the policy debate. Under current law, states cannot require corporations without a substantial presence within their borders to collect and remit sales taxes. While all states do require residents to remit the taxes owed in the form of use tax payments, few people send in use tax forms

  • Emergence Of A Global Trading Arena

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    various hurdles, which demoralize them as they perform their business transactions. For instance, changes in the economic status in one of the countries result in reduction in value of goods. Likewise, some traders may suffer due to high rates of taxation in the bordering countries. Understanding the concept of cross border shopping The presence of competition in the indirect tax within the export and import zones leads to the creation of horizontal tax externalities. Vertical tax externalities may

  • Cross Border Shopping Of Federal Economy

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    various hurdles, which demoralize them as they perform their business transactions. For instance, changes in the economic status in one of the countries result in reduction in value of goods. Likewise, some traders may suffer due to high rates of taxation in the bordering countries. Understanding the concept of cross border shopping The presence of competition in the indirect tax within the export and import zones leads to the creation of horizontal tax externalities. Vertical tax externalities may

  • E-Commerce and Sales Tax

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    The second option is unlikely without action by the states and local governments to simplify and harmonize their tax regimes under SSTP. Both approaches have their supporters and naysayers. (Maguire 2005) Opponents of such taxation emphasize that electronic commerce does, generate substantial revenue for state and local governments from a variety of tax sources, including business and personal income taxes, and that additional tax revenue is hardly needed at a time when the

  • Taxation as an Instrument of Economic Growth and Development in Nigeria

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    TAXATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA BY MOHAMMED NASIR MOHAMMED 08/02AC039 AUG, 2012 CERTIFICATION This research work has been read and approved as meeting the requirement for the award of Bachelor of Science (Hons.) degree in the Department of Accounting, College of Management sciences, Al-Hikmah University of Ilorin, Ilorin. …………………………… …………….. Mr. A.B Uthman

  • Introduction Of The Cross Border Shopping

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    various hurdles, which demoralize them as they perform their business transactions. For instance, changes in the economic status in one of the countries result in reduction in value of goods. Likewise, some traders may suffer due to high rates of taxation in the bordering countries. Understanding the concept of cross border shopping The presence of competition in the indirect tax within the export and import zones leads to the creation of horizontal tax externalities. Vertical tax externalities may

  • Introduction Of The Cross Border Shopping

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    various hurdles, which demoralize them as they perform their business transactions. For instance, changes in the economic status in one of the countries result in reduction in value of goods. Likewise, some traders may suffer due to high rates of taxation in the bordering countries. Understanding the concept of cross border shopping The presence of competition in the indirect tax within the export and import zones leads to the creation of horizontal tax externalities. Vertical tax externalities may

  • Contrast Of Presidential Campaign Positions Of McCain And Obama

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    Contrast of presidential *campaign positions of McCain and Obama. From year to year, presidential elections face many controversial problems that involve candidates’ personality and ideas, and they have a great influence on voters’ decisions. Many journalists and politicians express their feelings about upcoming presidential elections in provocative articles, revealing accomplishments of one and limitations of another, but the only right way to find out who our candidates are, and what are their

  • Tax Policy in Ireland to Tackle Pollution

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    Taxation can be defined as a form of government Levy placed on goods on services that contributes to the state revenue. There are 2 main forms of taxation, direct tax [income tax, CGT tax] and indirect tax [VAT and taxes placed on cigarettes and alcohol]. One of the most common policies that are used to tackle pollution is the green/environmental tax. This is basically when a form of tax is placed upon a good that damages the environment in an attempt to reduce the level of production or consumption

  • Essay On Gst

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    The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a vast concept that simplifies the giant tax structure by supporting and enhancing the economic growth of a country. GST is a comprehensive tax levy on manufacturing, sale and consumption of goods and services at a national level . The Goods and Services Tax Bill or GST Bill, also referred to as The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Second Amendment) Bill, 2014, initiates a Value added Tax to be implemented on a national level in India. GST will be an indirect

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