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Federal Taxation As an Instrument of Social and Economic Policy

Federal Taxation As an Instrument of Social and Economic Policy

A Symposium (Symposia on Law and Society)

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Published by Da Capo Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation,
  • Congresses,
  • United States,
  • Business/Economics

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    ContributionsIrving J. Goffman (Editor), E. I. Goffman (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10325257M
    ISBN 10030670501X
    ISBN 109780306705014

    To sort out the pros and cons of using the tax system to enact social policy goals, in particular to help low-income families, the Urban Institute convened a tax policy forum in Washington, D.C., on J The discussion revealed that using the tax system as a social policy tool is a much more complex and subtle undertaking than would appear to be the case from many popular. Get this from a library! The social utility of property taxation: economics, law, and public policy: a survey of social purpose taxation, objectives and techniques applied to the property tax as an instrument to promote revenue and non-revenue economic policy .

    • Federal tax revenue as a percent of GDP has increased to historic highs in recent years. • Tax rate reduction could contribute to sustaining essential economic growth. • Tax relief could help constrain current pressure for more government spending. • Tax rate reduction can help to restore a more rational tax policy. An economic policy is a course of action that is intended to influence or control the behavior of the economy. Economic policies are typically implemented and administered by the government. Examples of economic policies include decisions made about government spending and taxation, about the redistribution of income from rich to poor, and about the supply of money.

      By , as W. Elliot Brownlee writes in “Federal Taxation in America: A Short History,” “only about 15 per cent of American families had to pay personal income taxes, and the tax payments. In addition to these three policy goals, the federal government has other objectives to maintain sound economic policy. These include low or stable interest rates, a balanced budget (or at least a budget with a reduced deficit from the previous budget), and a trade balance with other countries.


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Federal taxation as an instrument of social and economic policy. New York, Da Capo Press, [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Irving J Goffman. Download Tax Review: Tax Credits as Instruments for Social or Economic Policy.

Executive Summary Reviewing the various kinds of tax credits, past and present, Dr. Watters notes that interest in them has been heightened by several developments—including the rise and fall of the Federal investment tax. The text is very current, including legislation that passed only six months ago.

The author begins the text with three chapters on the framework of individual taxation, some economic theory and some tax policy. Throughout the book, as she discusses the statutory material, she refers to this framework.

The Office of Tax Policy develops and implements tax policies and programs, reviews regulations and rulings to administer the Internal Revenue Code, negotiates tax treaties, provides economic and legal policy analysis for domestic and international tax policy decisions, and provides estimates for the President's budget, fiscal policy decisions, and cash management decisions.

Chapter pages in book: (p. 1 - 8) Introduction The tax policy of one country can affect economic activity in other countries, and in the choice of tax policy instruments a policymaker must consider its international consequences. H¬1: Taxation as a tool of economic policy can be use to close the inflationary gap in the economy.

H0: Taxation being an instrument of fiscal policy cannot be use to close inflationary gap in the economy. H¬1: Progressive tax system can be use for income redistribution in Nigeria. Taxation as an Instrument of Public Policy Lawrence J. Lau, Ph. D., D. Soc. (hon.) Kwoh-Ting Li Professor of Economic Development Department of Economics Stanford University Stanford, CAU.S.A.

China Public Finance and Taxation Forum Novem Beijing, China Phone: ; Fax: Income tax may be imposed by the federal, state, or local government. Tax rates vary by location, and often by income level.

Key Terms. sales tax: A local or state tax imposed as a percentage of the selling price of goods or services payable by the customer. The tax is not recognized as the seller’s earnings; the seller only collects the tax.

To sort out the pros and cons of using the tax system to enact social policy goals, in particular to help low-income families, the Urban Institute convened a tax policy forum in Washington, D.C., on J The discussion revealed that using the tax system as a social policy tool is a much more complex and subtle undertaking than.

Edited by Parthasarathi Shome, this Handbook was written primarily for economists who are responsible for analyzing and evaluating economic policies of developing countries at an applied level, and who would benefit from a comprehensive discussion of the concepts, principles, and prevailing issues of taxation.

Chapter 2 explores various forms of consumption taxation because the modern Internal Revenue Code is best perceived as a hybrid income-consumption tax that also contains many provisions—for wise or unwise nontax policy reasons—that are inconsistent with both forms of taxation.

Chapter 3 then provides students with the story of how we got to. The monitoring of federal spending and taxation and its variation between states in the United States began in under a query run by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Democratic senator of New York.

The query was designed to determine whether the state of New York was paying more in taxes than it was receiving in federal spending. This book presents new proposals for a value-added tax, a financial transactions tax, wealth and inheritance taxes, reforming the corporate and international tax.

This book provides an inviting, compact and comprehensive history of American taxation that assists in understanding contemporary tax issues.

It also offers scholars, graduate students and advanced undergraduates in history, political science, sociology, economics and law an interdisciplinary interpretation of that s: 3. Policies that affect sustainability are of five types (FAO n.d., ): General economic and social policies intended to influence overall economic growth, trade, price levels, employment, investment and population, attained chiefly by utilizing monetary and fiscal instruments.

Policies relating to agricultural and rural development. Policies of this type are usually intended to. Beardsly states that taxes serve four principal purposes of a social and economic character: 1) “As an instrument of fiscal policy to help stabilize the purchasing power of the dollar; 2) To express public policy in the distribution of wealth and of income, as in the case of progressive income and estate taxes.

To sort out the pros and cons of using the tax system to enact social policy goals, in particular to help low-income families, the Urban Institute convened a tax policy forum in Washington, D.C., on J The discussion revealed that using the tax system as a social policy tool is a much more complex and subtle undertaking than would appear to be the case from many.

The instruments of fiscal policy are not the only tools policymakers use to promote healthy economic conditions.

Monetary policy also plays a key role. In the United States, fiscal policy is carried out by the executive and legislative branches of government. An independent government agency, the Federal Reserve Board, sets monetary policy. Tax Policy Issues and Options brief 9.

Washington, DC: Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center. Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. “Preventing State Tax Subsidies for Private K–12 in the Wake of the New Federal Law.” Washington, DC: ITEP. Internal Revenue Service.

Policy instruments are the methods used to achieve policy objectives. All instruments have strengths and weaknesses. Options need to be assessed for viability and comparative merit. There is a huge range of policy instruments from the very broad to the very specific.

Howlett and Ramesh identify seme 64 different instruments in the field of. The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco reports that most U.S.

banks hold more money as reserves than required. Central banks can reduce the money supply by raising banks' reserve requirements. Federal Funds Rate In U.S. monetary policy, the federal funds rate is the interest rate that banks charge each other for overnight borrowing of reserves.

The functions of taxation illustrate its social purpose of the value-based distribution and redistribution of income. Each of the functions fulfilled by the taxation instrument is a manifestation of an internal feature, an indicator or trait or this economic category.

But other presidents — and especially other Republican presidents — have played a transformational role in defining the party’s tax agenda. Republican economic policy is surprisingly.