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The meaning of 'Tax' is to impose a financial charge upon a taxpayer (an individual or legal entity) by a state or the functional equivalent of a state such that failure to pay is punishable by law. Taxes can be imposed by a variety of different sub national entities, and consist of 'direct tax' or 'indirect tax'. They can be paid in money or through labour (often unpaid). Funds that are gained through taxes are then used by states and cities throughout the world to carry out a variety of different functions in order to aid our quality of life, for example, expenditures can include the enforcement of law and public order, protection of property, the economic infrastructure, public works, social engineering and the operation of the government. Our Taxes section on Going Legal contains thousands of different articles varying on what taxes get spent on, to what the world would be like without them, so browse through today and who knows, you might learn something new.


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Understanding of Tax Valuation System-Australia

13th August 2012
Stamp duty is a tax that is levied on documents. Historically, this included the majority of legal documents such as cheques, receipts, military commissions, marriage licenses and land transactions. A physical stamp (a revenue stamp) had to be attached to...
Author: Ariel Linford
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Protesting Minnesota Commercial Property Tax Laws

20th March 2012
With the doom and gloom in the economy and the uncertainty in the real estate market, 2009 may be the year to challenge property taxes. Amy Grady understands Minnesota Property Tax Law including real estate taxes, property taxes, tax appeals, commercial p...
Author: PermaNener
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Tax Deadline April 18 E Files Your Taxes

19th March 2012
The IRS has made it established that people do not have to make and computer file their tax comes back in 2010 until May Eighteenth (be conscious that some declares are still May Fifteenth, so examine with your condition tax organization on their deadline...
Author: Jerry Smith
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How to Easily E File Tax Extension

19th March 2012
Do not persuade yourself that the IRS will simply forget the matter; in fact the repercussions will only intensify the more time you wait to take measures. The most common reason for not processing tax comes back promptly is when a tax expenses is due. ...
Author: Jerry Smith
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Investor relation

14th February 2012
Investment in penny stocks is a better option as savings and gaining profits within no time. A Penny stock is an investment which requires investment less than 5$. In the trading business experts could make your mind up to check the marketplace out with ...
Author: Dixieo
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Tax outsourcing India rapidly becoming the global hub of a tax back office

09th December 2011
In today’s rapidly increasing technical innovations, the world of business has come to depend ever more on outsourcing most of their technical and transactional work, particularly to overseas countries. This has become a very common practice due to many r...
Author: books2taxes01@gmail.com
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Goods and Services Tax (Malaysia)

08th December 2011
Goods and Services Tax in Malaysia may be implemented by the Malaysian Government somewhere in the third Quarter of 2011. 4% GST will replace the current sales and service tax currently levied at rates between 5% and 10%.Companies with revenue RM 500,000 ...
Author: lawcruxadvisors
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Andorra Residency In Demand

08th December 2011
In North America, Australia and across Europe business leaders are paying a lot of tax to their respective governments in the form of sales tax, employee pension contributions and if they're doing well taxes on any profits they might make. While they h...
Author: Roger Munns
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GST in CANADA

06th December 2011
In Canada Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a multi-level value added tax introduced on January 1, 1991, by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and Finance Minister Michael Wilson. The GST replaced a hidden 13.5% Manufacturers’ Sales Tax (MST); Mulroney claimed t...
Author: lawcruxadvisors
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IGST MODEL - AN INNOVATIVE IDEA

29th November 2011
The First Discussion Paper produced by the Empowered Committee of state Finance Ministers has come out with an innovative way to deal with inter-state transaction of goods and services. The forthcoming GST will be dual in nature and will be levied on all ...
Author: lawcruxadvisors
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GST: DELAY IN IMPLEMENTATION

23rd November 2011
In 2006, the UPA Government announced that a comprehensive GST would be launched on 1st April, 2010 and it was believed that the introduction of GST is a difficult task, as our current structure of indirect taxes is driven by the multiplicity of taxes. So...
Author: lawcruxadvisors
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Recommended Income tax Guidelines

17th November 2011
Most individuals will not significantly look forward to completing their personal taxation assessments plus handing over their own tax return. Since it is, there genuinely isn't significantly to check to because it is a tedious method that normally takes ...
Author: elijahdobell
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TAX ADMINISTRATION IN GST REGIME

11th November 2011
The scheme of GST should be supported by a strong tax-administration infrastructure for it’s optimum success. Without an efficient tax-administration the implementation of goods and services tax will be just like pouring water in the bottomless bowl. So, ...
Author: lawcruxadvisors
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GST: IMPACT ON THE POOR

04th November 2011
GST is a destination based consumption tax. Consumption taxes are regressive in nature. It increases the gap between the rich and the poor. The pertinent point is whether such tax would be fruitful for the economy as a whole or not? Is it not so that shif...
Author: lawcruxadvisors
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Enrolled Agent Tax Subject: Amended Tax Returns

24th October 2011
Enrolled agent several hours cover this precise practice of comparing authentic amounts to modifications. A new Type 1040 tax return is compiled after all salary, deductions, and credits are accurately calculated on the acceptable schedules and forms.As a...
Author: DanNelson
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