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Unformatted text preview: some drawbacks also. This
principle assumes the assessment of benefit received
by each person which is quite unrealistic and
impractical. It may be valid in the earlier days where
the government provides very few services, but at
present the government represents the welfare state,
this has rendered impossible any general use of
benefit principle. Benefit Principle:
Moreover, the benefit approach would mean
the same per capita contribution to rich and
poor in case of many services.
This actually brings injustice in tax structure. If
this principle is followed blindly it will definitely
result inequality and injustice.
Besides this may be forced to give up some of
the most essential expenditure such as
education, public health etc.
education, 30 Tax Rate in KZ
Corporate Tax 20% Income Tax 10% for residents
Minimum monthly salary is set at 18,660
tenge for 2013 VAT 12% Pension Tax 10% of salary
Social deduction 5% by the employers Property Tax 1.5% of legal entity Mineral Extraction
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2014 for the course MANA 2028 taught by Professor Sisterennis during the Winter '12 term at Marquette.
- Winter '12
- The Land