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Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries

A Comparative Survey and Evaluation

by Sijbren Cnossen

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Published by Organization for Economic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation,
  • International - Taxation,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Central Europe,
  • Eastern Europe,
  • Europe, Eastern,
  • Value-added tax

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9127414M
    ISBN 109264160531
    ISBN 109789264160538

    Central and Eastern European countries should engage positively with this debate at an EU level. who pays tax? It is often said that there are two things which are certain in life: death and taxes. But who actually pays taxes is by no means certain. Broadly speaking there are three types of taxation: • Taxes on labour, such as personal income File Size: KB. Guide to Taxes on Real Estate in CEE | 5 In the real estate market in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) rallied further compared to the height of the financial crisis. This trend will probably continue into According to the data provided by .

      The lesson: Flat taxes seem to work pretty well when an economy is growing—but not so well when it is stagnant or shrinking. Across Central and Eastern Europe, “every country is . Moreover, several countries have developed innovative practices that can serve as models for the rest of the region, as well as for countries out-side of Central and Eastern Europe. Hungary, for example, enacted a law in which permits taxpay-ers to direct that 1 percent of their taxes be paid to NGOs designated byFile Size: KB.

    omy in Central and Eastern European countries requires a nearly complete overhaul of the tax system. In most countries, the introduction of a value-added tax (VAT) is considered a cornerstone of the necessary tax reform. Hungary and, perforce, the former German Democratic * Sijbren Cnossen is a Professor in the Economics Faculty of Erasmus Univer-. in Central and Eastern Europe by Through the end of the s, the fiscal system of Central and Eastern European countries was cast in a socialist centrally planned regime. The system was characterised by of the value-added tax (VAT) and income .


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Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries by Sijbren Cnossen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Value-added taxes in central and eastern European countries. Paris: European Commission: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, © (OCoLC) Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries: A Comparative Survey and Evaluation [Sijbren Cnossen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is the first study of the Value Added Tax (VAT) systems of the ten countries of Central and Eastern Europe preparing for integration into the European Union (EU). The study offers a comparative. Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries A Comparative Survey and Evaluation This is the first study of the Value-Added Tax (VAT) systems of the ten countries of Central and Eastern Europe preparing for integration into the European Union (EU).

The study offers a comparative evaluation of the main features of the VAT systems. Get this from a library. Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries: a Comparative Survey and Evaluation. [European Commission.;] -- This is the first study of the Value-Added Tax (VAT) systems of the ten countries of Central and Eastern Europe preparing for integration into the European Union (EU).

The study offers a comparative. In the course of introducing a market-oriented tax system, most Central and Eastern European countries are actively considering the merits of a value-added tax.

Social, economic, and technical issues Cited by: The quoted income tax rate is, except where noted, the top rate of tax: most jurisdictions have lower rate of taxes for low levels of income.

Some countries also have lower rates of corporation tax for smaller companies. Inthe top rates of most European countries were above 60%. Today most European countries have rates below 50%. Rural property tax systems in Central and Eastern Europe 5 is now on value added taxes.

Most transition countries aspiring to join the EU are adopting value-added taxes in order to comply with EU rules. There are economic, competitive and democratic constraints that governments have to take into account when considering increasing. Value Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries: A Comparative Survey and Evaluation.

Paris: OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Cambridge Core - Finance and Accountancy - The Rise of the Value-Added Tax - by Kathryn JamesCited by: OECD Centre for Co-operation with Non-members () Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern European Countries: A Comparative Survey and Evaluation (Paris).

Ten Central and Eastern European countries have applied for membership of the European Union (EU). The adoption of the value-added tax (VAT) is a nonnegotiable condition.

Downloadable (with restrictions). In the course of introducing a market-oriented tax system, most Central and Eastern European countries are actively considering the merits of a value-added tax. Social, economic, and technical issues pertinent to the introduction and operation of the VAT are examined, including the burden distribution of the VAT, its effect on price level and economic.

Worldwide Tax Summaries Corporate Taxes /17 Quick access to information about corporate tax systems in countries worldwide. Central Asia and Eastern Europe.

Worldwide Tax Summaries Corporate Taxes / Other taxes Value-added tax (VAT). The European Union value-added tax (or EU VAT) is a value added tax on goods and services within the European Union (EU).

The EU's institutions do not collect the tax, but EU member states are each required to adopt a value added tax that complies with the EU VAT code. Different rates of VAT apply in different EU member states, ranging from 17% in Luxembourg to 27% in.

Tax Law Design and Drafting (volume 1; International Monetary Fund: ; Victor Thuronyi, ed.) Chapter 6, Value-Added Tax - 2 - states of the European Union.3 It has also been adopted by Japan,4 China,5 Canada,6 Korea,7 and many other states in Asia, North and South America, and Africa, besides being adopted in almost.

The Development of Property Taxation in Economies in Transition: Case Studies from Central and Eastern Europe. c b. Tweet Like Share # Shares: 0.

Download. English remote rural areas, local government enterprises, user charges, property taxes, income and value-added taxes, natural resource taxes, and local business taxes.

Cyprus ranked at the bottom of the EU’s 28 member states, with a real tax rate of %—less than half of France’s. Workers in the 28 nations that Author: Aamna Mohdin.

A Pro-Growth Tax Reform Agenda for Eastern Europe only by cutting taxes will East European countries be able to generate steady increases in governmen t are two reasons for this. Doing business in Central and Eastern Europe 13 Feb Central and Eastern Europe offers a solid and attractive market for business opportunities, with long-term political stability, strategic location, competitive tax system, highly skilled workforce and international community.

At the level of the EU intax revenue (incl. social contributions) of central government made up % of total tax and social contribution revenue, while state government (existing only in Belgium, Germany, Spain and Austria as well as Switzerland among EFTA countries) recorded a share of % of total tax revenue, local governments.

The "Taxes in Europe" database is the European Commission's on-line information tool covering the main taxes in force in the EU Member States.

The system contains information on around taxes, as provided to the European Commission by the Ministries of Finance of the EU Member States. Exports to countries in Eastern and Central Europe'fell70 percent in the fvst half of 19 In part the gap is being taken up by exports to the European Community, which increased by $62 mil lion.Low-tax and no-tax countries are thus somewhat similar in that you can feasibly pay no taxes in those places, but in low-tax countries, you may need to pay in certain situations.

15 COUNTRIES WITH NO TAXES. As of today, there are 15 countries with no income tax in the world. The following list includes all countries without any kind of income tax.