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  • Another concern over raising taxes on high-income households is that it might influence decisions to start businesses. If increased taxes reduce returns to investing in small business ventures, high-income individuals might be less likely to take risks, and entrepreneurial activity might decline. Some studies conclude that higher taxes reduce entrepreneurship, but a greater number conclude the opposite.

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  • Taxes in America amount to about 30 percent of national income or roughly $12,000 per man, woman, and child. Now, that’s a lot of money that could otherwise be spent on privately provided goods and services that people value and enjoy, so it’s no surprise that Americans pay very close attention to whether we are getting our money’s worth and whether our own tax bill is too high

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  • When it comes to finance, American companies appear to be getting a clue. From 1988 to 1996, they reduced the amount of money they spent on basic accounting and financial chores from 2.2 percent of their annual revenues down to 1.4 percent. That's a 36 percent savings. company's finances must be managed. In fact, there isn't a single department, division, work unit, or employee who doesn't come into contact with a company's finances. Assets and liabilities, and revenues and expenses, are affected every time an employee is hired, merchandise is moved, or paperwork is pushed....

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  • The United States Constitution established the world’s first federal system encompassing an economic union and a political union whose central characteristic is dual sovereignty with Congress possess- ing delegated powers and states possessing reserved or residual powers. A federal system automatically raises questions pertaining to the nature of appropriate relations between the national government and state gov- ernments at the boundary lines of their respective authority and between sister states each possessing equal powers.

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  • Common to these episodes is a struggle to manage tensions associated with the (long- term) movement of accountants into markets that have not been conventionally associated with their professional expertise and status.

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  • Raising revenue amid the recent budget crisis State government tax revenues across the country declined dramatically following the Great Recession: between the middle of 2008 and 2009, real tax collections fell 18 percent. Declining revenues and increasing demands on public services combined to create extremely large budget gaps. With a very slow economic recovery, state budget gaps have persisted. The projected gap in Rhode Island is an estimated $117 million for 2013; for all states it is $47 billion. ...

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  • Compliance with appropriate suspension levels should also be verified at times other than installation. Examples include after significantly reconfiguring or updating equipment, following major maintenance, following an alert raised during quality control measurements, before significant changes in intended use, and otherwise as required12 . When equipment fails to meet the criteria it must be suspended from use with patients.

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  • Government size has attracted much scholarly attention. Political economists have considered large public expenditures a product of leftist rule and an ex- pression of a stronger representation of labor interest. Although the size of the government has become the most important policy difference between the left and the right in postwar politics, the formation of the government’s funding base has not been explored. Junko Kato finds that the differentiation of tax rev- enue structure is path-dependent upon the shift to regressive taxation.

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  • Chapter 15 Optimal Taxation with Commitment 15.1. Introduction This chapter formulates a dynamic optimal taxation problem called a Ramsey problem with a solution called a Ramsey plan. The government’s goal is to maximize households’ welfare subject to raising set revenues through distortionary taxation.

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  • Exchanges have suggested several complementary rationales for establishing themselves as a source of corporate governance-related regulations. In essence, by raising transparency and discouraging illegal or irregular practices, exchanges are themselves able to accumulate an amount of “reputational capital”.

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  • Figure 8 shows our multiyear forecast of General Fund and Education Protection Account (EPA) revenues, including revenues resulting from the two tax-related measures that voters approved at the statewide election on November 6, 2012. These two measures are Proposition 30 (which increases personal income tax [PIT] rates for higher-income Californians through 2018 and raises the sales and use tax [SUT] rates by 0.

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  • Income tax rates are at the center of many recent policy debates over taxes. Some policymakers argue that raising tax rates, especially on higher income taxpayers, to increase tax revenues is part of the solution for long-term debt reduction. For example, in the 112th Congress the Senate passed the Middle Class Tax Cut (S. 3412), which would allow the 2001 and 2003 Bush-era tax cuts to expire for taxpayers with income over $250,000 ($200,000 for single taxpayers). Other policymakers argue that maintaining low tax rates is necessary to foster economic growth.

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  • Income tax rates are at the center of many recent policy debates over taxes. On the one hand, some argue that raising tax rates, especially on higher income taxpayers, to increase tax revenues is part of the solution for long-term debt reduction. For example, in the 112th Congress the Senate passed the Middle Class Tax Cut Act (S. 3412), which would allow the 2001 and 2003 Bush-era tax cuts to expire for taxpayers with income over $250,000 ($200,000 for single taxpayers). 3 On the other hand, others argue that maintaining low tax rates is necessary to foster economic growth.

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  • Because of these vulnerabilities, climate change is likely to reduce further already low incomes and increase illness and death rates in developing countries. Falling farm incomes will increase poverty and reduce the ability of households to invest in a better future, forcing them to use up meagre savings just to survive. At a national level, climate change will cut revenues and raise spending needs, worsening public finances. Many developing countries are already struggling to cope with their current climate.

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  • Zambia’s economic growth slowed to 6.6% in 2011 from 7.6% in 2010, mainly as a result of a weaker mining sector performance. However, the medium-term economic outlook appears favourable, underpinned by sustained expansion in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, transport and communications, and by a rebound in mining. Inflation is projected to remain in single digits, reflecting prudent monetary policy, while the objective of exchange rate policy is to maintain external competitiveness.

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  • Raising capital is one of the most important challenges for any business, be it a company, a statutory authority, town council, Government or other institution. A business needs money to expand or to pay for its day-to-day operations. It can get money in various ways - by earning revenue from its goods and services, by raising capital from shareholders or by borrowing. I n Fiji, Businesses have traditionally relied on capital from shareholders and bank loans.

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  • The easiest way to increase your savings is to increase your income. Here are a few tips to help you maximize your revenue by improving your number one revenue generator, yourself. 1. Increase your income by asking for raise: In the majority of cases your employer will not give you a raise (or the raise you really want) unless you ask for it. But before doing so you need to take an objective look at yourself and the marketplace for employees with similar skill in similar roles. Before approaching your boss yourself the following: a. Do you realistically deserve a...

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  • Contrary to the belief of many people, the health, safety and socioeconomic problems attributable to alcohol can be effectively reduced. Many evidence-based alcohol policies and prevention programmes are shown to work. One of the most effective is raising alcohol prices by raising taxes. This has the added benefi t of generating increased revenues. A recent analysis of 112 studies on the effects of alcohol tax increases affi rmed that when taxes go up, drinking goes down, including among problem drinkers and youth.

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