Corporate tax

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  • Apple Inc.: Reducing Tax Liability

    The use of tax havens as a business motive to reduce tax liability has long been a tradition for many MNCs (Fisher 2014, p338). Recently, Apple Inc. has received worldwide attention for its tax avoidance behaviour. For instance, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has made an inquiry regarding Apple’s 85 million dollars income tax payment in 2015, even though the company made nearly 8 billion dollars in local revenue (Khadem 2016a). This implies that the company had avoided paying its fair…

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  • Competitive Advantage Of Limited Liability Company (LLC)

    sued, hire employees, own assets and pay taxes. Advantages of a corporation is it is a limited liability that protects owners from losing more than they invest. The business can achieve large sizes due to marketability of stocks. It receives certain tax advantages. Has greater access to financial resources allows growth within the company. Attracts employees with specialized skills which can help the business. Disadvantages of a corporation is double taxation because both cooperate profits and…

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  • Fat Taxes

    overall public health. The purpose of these taxes are to help to urge consumers to buy healthy food items and sway them from the unhealthy choices, they also are intended to be a boost to government tax revenues. However, these fat taxes have been shown to not improve public health or boost government tax revenue effectively, they have also been shown to fail and be repealed, and finally many people see these taxes as inappropriate and a violation of their individual freedom. These fat taxes…

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  • Tax Havens Case Study

    it does not know how much money taxpayers own in the Tax Havens. But, no country in this world can force other countries to change their regulations and laws, so the U.S. cannot ask another countries to change their laws to satisfy the U.S.. The effective way to limit the harmful effects is to ask other countries to share the information with the U.S. In May 2009; OECD removed Andorra, Liechtenstein and Monaco from the list of Uncooperative Tax Havens when these jurisdictions agreed to follow…

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  • Characteristics Of Agricultural Cooperatives

    from now on referred to as agricultural cooperatives, social welfare enterprises, private educational institutions and private non-enterprise units referred to below. Due to the different legal forms of various social enterprises in the ownership, tax relief, profit distribution, governance, etc. have different characteristics. First of all, in the ownership of commercial enterprises, social welfare enterprises and private education institutions with the nature of the investor-owned agricultural…

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  • Social Class Taxation Analysis

    Although the United States increased their tax plan they also overextended their spending budget as they spent over $3.687 trillion creating a deficit of $438 billion (Jeffery, Terence P.). With statistics like these most citizens would like to see the budget for spending decrease along with fixes in “social class” taxation.…

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  • Negative Speech: Illegly Overloaded Entertainment

    Purpose At the end of my presentation, the audience will favor purchasing entertainment, as opposed to illegally downloading pirated material. Introduction Let’s be honest, we’ve all downloaded a form of pirated entertainment at least once in our lifetimes. It could’ve been your favorite pop album, or a 20 minute TV show you’re enjoying at the moment. But what we fail to realize is how it actively hurts the creators, and everyone involved. Illegally downloaded entertainment hurts many without…

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  • Think Strategically About Your Future Working Life Analysis

    “Think strategically about your future working life”. That is Behren’s and Rosen summation of a few highly respected economist and analyst advise about the offshoring and globalization of the American jobs that has decimated the middle working class of this country. Well and good and worth considering if one is in high school or about to decide what major to embark on. However, for those who have already lost their jobs, homes and families due to offshoring or about to lose their job, wait a…

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  • Why Do Americans Have To Pay Low Taxes

    reality taxes on the rich are among the lowest they have ever been. America has seen a steady tax decline on wealthy Americans since the Reagan administration while wages for the middle class have barely increased after adjusting for inflation. All while the rich claim that decreased taxes on the rich will lead to a better economy but when one looks back, the economy was doing the best when America had high tax rates on the rich and they paid their fair share. As a result, it brought in more…

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  • Persuasive Essay On X Tax

    States tax system needs help; some people think this problem can be solved. It will be quite a task because of the extensive 72,000 pages of IRS and U.S. tax codes. Almost everyone in America can agree that our tax system isn’t perfect, or even close. There have been numerous proposals, but which one is best? David Marron has an interesting idea, on how to try and fix it, called the “X tax”. It does have one major change to our system, it wipes away all of the old laws and regulations. The X…

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