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    There are fifty one states in the United States of America. Each one of them differs from the other one. Indeed, the role and type of the government that each states has is various and unique. Comparing two states, California and Texas, there are obviously differences between them as well as similarities. California is a state located on the West Coast with rich and diverse landscape. Nowadays, California reflects the whole complex of problems related to development of economic and political life

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    United States Taxation on Worldwide Income

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    In recent years, the United States has increased enforcement of non-resident tax liability, generating debate surrounding the U.S. moving towards a territorial model of taxation. An increasing number of Americans living abroad are renouncing their citizenship. According to the U.S. Treasury, 1,781 Americans gave up citizenship in 2011. Contrast that with 742 in 2009 and 278 in 2006 (McKinnon 2012). Corporations also bear the burden. In 2008, 12 percent of all federal revenues came from corporate

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    exist in a state of anarchy because others can just steal it from the owner. The moral theory was since an individual could only become wealthy in a civilized state, the greater the economic gain one has achieved from living in a civilized society, the greater the duty to maintain the society through taxation. When they invented taxation based on ability to pay, the ancient Athenians invented democracy. Societies which are totalitarian, dictatorial, and feudal tend to have flat taxation on their citizens

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    Internet Taxation and the Expansion of E-Commerce Internet taxation is an issue concerning different aspects of the Internet and its taxing. The taxes include: (1) taxes imposed upon Internet access fees, (2) sales taxes charged to online businesses selling to other businesses, and (3) sales taxes charged to consumers buying from a business. This is a very important issue as Internet sales continue to increase and as more business is conducted over the Internet. Because of this, revenue is

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    The United States’ economy, as everyone knows, is not in its best shape. One way the government gains money is by imposing taxes on people. There are many taxes that are placed on different items that the public needs or already has. The United States uses a taxation system which is criticized by many people due to not fully understanding the system. The system used is called progressive tax. However, many people believe the system of flat tax should be the system used for taxing. The progressive

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    Taxing and E-Commerce

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    concerning taxes. Because of the global nature of the World Wide Web, and more than 30,000 tax jurisdictions in the United States (US), (Internet Taxation) it is easy to see the complications that exist in the taxation of e-commerce. Who do you tax? How is it collected? Can taxes be collected from a sale that was made in another state, and what is considered a substantial “nexus” in the buyers state. Because 75% of the American population have access and use the Internet (Don’t Tax the Internet) this is an

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    Double Taxation

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    Introduction Double taxation arises when an individual or business acquiring income in a foreign country is required to pay taxes on that income in both the foreign country as well as the country of origin. For example, an American company operating in a developing country, in the absence of a tax treaty between the two countries may have to pay a withholding tax to the government of the developing country, as well as corporation tax to the United States government (Howard, 2001, p. 259). The purpose

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    were some of the most vulnerable moments in the extensive history of the United States. The Critical Period is infamous for a post-war recession, disorganization and competition of states, as well as a total lack of unity about the nation. The Articles of Confederation, ratified during the onset of this tumultuous period, added new dimension to early Americans’ idea of national government. The Articles formed a loosely united country under a highly restricted federal government. This apparent aversion

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    Internet Taxation

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    Internet Taxation The passage of the Internet Tax Freedom Act, on October 21, 1998 there has been an intense debate on whether to tax or not to tax Internet purchases. The conservative side is opposed to Internet taxation saying that it is too costly to collect tax on Internet purchases. They also believe that since Internet retailers do not have any of their operations in all the states, not every state should receive the sales tax made on the purchase. On the other hand, the liberal believe

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    Negatives of the Proposed Tax System

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    enjoy with a single federal taxation system. Gasoline prices and usage is affected by market trends and economic performance. At one give time, consumption will be low and its fluctuating price will keep affecting how much the government makes from a single gallon. Therefore, unlike the case with income tax, the government will not have a steady source of income. This will affect the economy and the wellbeing of the society (Nishiyama & Smetters, 2005). The proposed taxation technique is also uncertain

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