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    the goods and services tax to public. Our Prime Minister Dato' Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak announced that the imposition of goods and services tax will start from 1 April 2015 onwards and all the relevant goods and services will be charged the tax and the tax rate is at the rate of 6%. It will be replaced the sales and services tax when the beginning of using of goods and services tax. What is the goods and services tax? Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a tax that levied on the consumption

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    Also, both of them are willing to serve the Filipinos with all of their heart. However, some results in this paper stated were different from the research which is stated. Example is their vision and their core principles. According to the Philippine Tax Code, with their Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR), and the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC) certifies that it covers only the deduction to donations to certified Non Government Organizations (NGO) sam...

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    Hawaii Tax Case Study

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    by a wholesaler to a retailer which in turn sells that same item to a customer, and if both the wholesaler and the retailer pay general excise tax when they sell that item, isn 't that double taxation since the sale of that item is taxed twice? A: No, double taxation occurs only when the same transaction/sale is taxed twice. The general excise tax is a tax which is imposed on each business transaction occurring in Hawaii. In this situation, there are two sales transactions, and each is separately

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    The Canons of Taxation is associated with the tax rate, method and its collection. A better way to define canons of taxation is the properties or features possessed by a good tax. These features are recognized as canons of taxation only if applied to a solitary tax. The mixture of different taxes with different canons included is deemed a good tax system. Hence, canons of taxation are used by the governments to collect and impose taxes. The process of taxation increases government income but there

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    Initial List of Intriguing cultural differences. There are no toilet seat covers in LondonPeople walk much faster here. There are no toilet seat covers in London people walk much faster here crossing the streets is extremely dangerous. People on the tube won’t acknowledge your presence everyone is an aggressive driver young children take the tube alone to school and back if you talk on the tube you receive dirty looks. In the first week or so I found some of my observations to be quite odd

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    that goes into social security is then distributed amongst the current beneficiaries. The amount a person pays into social security is based on a percentage of their current income. The social security tax is regressive, meaning that as the amount taxed increases, or as income increases, the tax rate, or the percentage taken decreases. While it may ensure that everyone is paying a closer to equal amount into the system, this distribution places

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    TEXTILE INDUSTRIES OF PAKISTAN RESEARCH STUDY PURPOSE & METHODOLOGY The report is intended to analyze the Textile Sector in the Pakistan and its potential of productivity and investment and more specifically the capacity to generate revenue for the Government of Pakistan in the form of Taxes. The study highlights the economic effects of the textile industry in the country as a whole. The transformation brought about by the textile sector in the social fabric of the nation has also been studied

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    this report, an analysis based on the multi-factor test from the case of Hollis-v-Vabu - (“HV”), will be applied to determine if Hemingway is an employee, thereby an obligation to make superannuation contributions to its employees is required by the tax payer. However, it was recently decided in the Full Federal Court in ACE-v-Trifunovski held that there is “no single or unifying test to determine whether or not contract of employment exists.” Nonetheless, the multi-factor test is important in analysing

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    levels of poverty overtime. Globalization not only contributes to the economies of the countries by way of job creation and investments but also by way of increased collection of revenue in form of tax, on the income of the enterprises making profits under their jurisdiction. These are dealt with domestic tax rules of the countries. The growth of international trade and multiplicity of international contacts have led to the problem of concurrent taxation by overlapping governmental jurisdictions. This

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    Shantha Biotechnics Limited (hereinafter “SBL”), a company having its registered office in Hyderabad and incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956. On May 25, 2010 the Income Tax Department passed an order under Section 201(1)/(1A) of the Act and held Sanofi as an “assessee-in-default” for the very purpose that they had withheld tax on certain payments made to GIMD and Merieux on the acquisition of shares of ShanH. Subsequent to this order the aggrieved parties made an application to the Authority for

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