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    Corporate Tax Evasion

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    Corporate Tax Evasion A growing trend in our society today is corporate tax evasion. It has become increasing more common for corporations to pay no or little income tax, and in some cases actually receive money back from the government. It is illegal and therefore deviant by that definition. Corporate tax evasion (using borderline legal means) is widespread. White-collar crime is a term that is usually applied to crimes associated with business that do not involve violence or bodily injury

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    Corporate tax avoidance and Benford's Law

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    with cash effective tax rates. More specifically, firm characteristics which have been proven to be a determinant of corporate tax avoidance in prior research. The following regression model is estimated to test the hypothesis stated in this study: CASH ETRi,t = β0 + β1HIGH FREQi,t + β2ROAi,t + β3LEVi,t + β4NOLi,t + β5∆NOLi,t +β6FIi,t + β7PPEi,t + β8INTANGi,t + β9EQINCi,t + β10SIZEi,t-1 +β11MBi,t-1 +YearDummies + IndustryDummies + ɛ In this study I will use the cash effective tax rate (CASH ETR) as

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    1. Introduction The subject of Corporate Income Tax is very interesting in todays world. A lot of major business decisions based around this particular type of taxation. As the main objective of any corporations to generate as much profit as possible, CEOs often look for the best possible location to invest in. Over the years there is on-going debate whether corporate income tax is good or bad. Well there’s definitely no exact answer to this question as such taxation very depends on economic

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    operates the business and is responsible for all business dealings. He may or may not have any employees. The owner can close it, sell it or pass it down to their children at any time. A sole proprietor pays taxes as a part of his individual income tax filing. Some businesses may require licensing. The drawback of sole proprietorships is the owner 's personal liability for all debts are acquired by the business. Creditors may come for an owner 's personal assets if a small business is unable to pay

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    can be searched on the state website to avoid duplication. Mr. Clayborn also mentioned that taxes are affected by the business classification. A sole proprietorship is not taxed separately from its owner (the use of IRS Schedule C is required), and tax rates are the lowest when compared with other business structures ("Sole Proprietorship"). Although sole proprietors are the easiest businesses to register, other types of licenses and/or permi...

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    Analysis of Bulgaria

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    External historical events often changed Bulgaria's national boundaries in its first century of existence, natural terrain features defined most boundaries after 1944, and no significant group of people suffered serious economic hardship because of border delineation. Postwar Bulgaria contained a large percentage of the ethnic Bulgarian people, although numerous migrations into and out of Bulgaria occurred at various times. None of the country's borders was officially disputed in 1991, although nationalist

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    S-Corporation Case Study

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    invested into the corporation nothing more and nothing less. o Income Taxes– All s-corporations are usually taxed like general partnerships and sole proprietorships if they want to be. S-corporations do not pay corporate taxes but shareholder have to pay any there own personal tax on any corporate profits they receive. o Longevity and or Continuity- An s-corporation can stay in business only while the business meets the legal restrictions that have been set. The business can be switched over to a regular

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    aspects of the business, but may employee others to run the business. Due to its single owner nature, agreements and formalities are not necessary. A sole proprietorship is simple to set up and affords the owner a high degree of autonomy, certain tax benefits and full ownership of profits. These benefits are balanced against the fact that the sole proprietor's financial resources are limited to the owners savings and credit. There is no distinction between the owner's business and personal assets

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    A sole proprietorship is a type of business that is owned an operated by one individual. Legally, there is no difference between the owner and the individual. -Liability: There are no limits to liability with this form of business. All personal assets as well as assets obtained for business can be at risk. There is no protection of personal assets to repay damages or debts. -Income Taxes: As a sole proprietorship, the income flows directly through the business to the owner. This means that

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    The pharmaceutical industry is a major contributor to the U.S. economy, especially the biopharmaceutical sector because it creates professional jobs. The industry also serves as the “foundation upon which one of the United States’ most dynamic innovation and business ecosystems is built,” according to the Battelle Technology Partnership Practice. In the paper the main focus will be PAREXEL International Corporation that is a leading global biopharmaceutical services organization that offers “a broad

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