Introduction - ADM 3345 Taxation I Prof. Kathryn Pedwell...

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ADM 3345 Taxation I Prof. Kathryn Pedwell
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The Course Outline
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Tax is “Challenging” Jim Silye, Reform MP, House of Commons said in 1995: The Charter of Rights and Freedoms has 7,000 words The Bible 773,000 words, and The Income Tax Act 1,200,000 words. (Hansard, 1995)
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Governments can impose a variety of taxes: Income Tax: A tax on income/earnings Property Tax: A tax on the ownership of property, typically real estate Consumption Tax: A tax levied on the consumption/use of a good or service (aka) a sales tax or commodity tax Value Added Tax: A tax levied on the increase in value of a good or service Tariffs or Customs Duties: A tax imposed on goods or services being imported or exported Transfer Tax: A tax on the transfer of property between owners User Tax: A tax levied on the use of a facility, road or airport Capital Tax: A tax on the invested capital of a corporation. Head Tax:
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Professor during the Spring '11 term at American University of Antigua.

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Introduction - ADM 3345 Taxation I Prof. Kathryn Pedwell...

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