Author: Louise Pinfold,Keith Walton,David Smailes
Publisher: Tolley Publishing; Rev Ed edition (May 31, 2005)
Category: Legal Theory & Systems
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David Smailes, Andrew Flint, Louise Pinfold.
David Smailes, Andrew Flint, Louise Pinfold. Its alphabetical, topic-organised presentation, with extensive cross-referencing, supported by full details of source materials and a wide-ranging index, will lead you quickly and directly to the information you require.
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This paper develops an estimate of the welfare cost of tax preferenees, or "loop-holes," in the federal individual income tax. Items given preferential treatment are considered as a composite good with a distortion in its relative price due to exclusion from taxation. Most of this welfare cost is borne by the higher income classes; and when this cost is considered to be part of the tax burden, the degree of progressivity of the tax is increased.
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Tolley's Income Tax 2006-07: Main Annual. David Smailes · Andrew Flint · Louise Pinfold.
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Where a qualifying policy has been replaced, such that ITTOIA 2005, s 542 applies (see 4. above) the premium paid by the insurer on the replacement is ignored in calculating both the total benefit value and the total allowable deductions.