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Direct taxation and economic growth in India

H. N. P. S. Suman

Direct taxation and economic growth in India

by H. N. P. S. Suman

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Published by Sterling Publishers in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Income tax -- India.,
    • Corporations -- Taxation -- India.,
    • Saving and investment -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementH. N. P. S. Suman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ4761 .S9
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 300 p. ;
      Number of Pages300
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5176205M
      LC Control Number74902248

      This paper investigates the impact of taxation on economic growth in South Africa. Yearly data for South Africa for the period – was used to develop the Auto-Regressive Distribution Lag (ARDL) approach. The empirical results confirm that there is a negative relationship between taxes and economic growth .   For the government, the low Q2 GDP growth numbers should be a clear sign it is time to go full throttle to put the economy on an upward trajectory. India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth has dropped to % in the July-September quarter of , a free fall from the government’s ambitious call for a double-digit growth Author: Shantanu Nandan Sharma.

      The property taxes are neutral to the economic growth, while the personal income tax and social contributions have positive effects. However, robust political recommendations should also be based on country-specific criteria such as the design of the tax system, social redistribution preferences and the overall volume of tax Cited by: 8. taxation and formal finance, and Kleven, Kreiner and Saez () who em-phasize third-party reporting through firms. Of course, the standard economic approach also studies the in fluence of the tax system on the economy. Well-designed tax systems can minimize the efficiency losses imposed by taxes and even raise the growth .

      Thus, the most potent solution for raising India’s tax-GDP ratio is to raise economic growth and average incomes. India’s recent economic history also bears testimony to this finding.   Taxation is the only effective weapon by which private consumption can be curbed and thus resources transferred to the state. Thus the economy can ensure sustainable development. Thus it can be said that the economic development of a country depends various reasons one of them are on the presence of an effective and efficient taxation .


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Suman, H.N.P.S. Direct taxation and economic growth in India. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, (OCoLC) The study found that in the long run, among the components of direct taxes, personal income tax had no impact on economic growth whiles corporate income tax had a positive statistically.

services. Thus, another classification of tax we found into direct tax and indirect tax. Direct tax means a type of tax which is paid by a person directly to the Government. For example income tax and wealth tax in India. Indirect tax means tax File Size: KB.

In India, the Taxes are classified in to two type s, direct taxes and indirect taxes. Direct Taxes are those which are paid directly by the individual or organization to the imposing authority. In India, the taxes are classified as Direct Taxes and Indirect Taxes.

2) USA: The United States of America is has its autonomous state and local governments. It is a federal republic country. Taxes in USA File Size: KB. Growth Of Direct Taxes & GDP Direct taxes are the taxes which increase in proportion to the income of individuals and organizations or companies.

Income tax is collected on the aggregate File Size: KB. Tax System in India: The tax system in India allows for two types of taxes—Direct and Indirect Tax. The tax system in India for long was a complex one considering the length and breadth of India.

Post GST implementation, which is one of the biggest tax reforms in India. important sector of the economy and accounts for almost 19% of its gross domestic product (GDP).

Agriculture forms the backbone of rural India. Since economic reforms initiated inGovernment of India has taken many programs to magnetize FDI inflows, to improve the Indian economy.

Both taxes are essential to promote economic growth, fill employment and economic stability. Direct and indirect taxes should side by side & balance each other. However in developing countries, direct taxation has limited scope and hence indirect taxation.

The first approach is to examine the historical record of the U.S. economy to evaluate whether tax cuts have been associated with economic growth. The second is to consider the evidence on taxation and growth.

Direct Taxes: A Direct tax is a kind of charge, which is imposed directly on the taxpayer and paid directly to the government by the persons (juristic or natural) on whom it is imposed.

A direct tax is one that cannot be shifted by the taxpayer to someone else. The some important direct taxes imposed in India File Size: 81KB. increasing public expenditure.

Both taxes are essential to promote economic growth, fill employment and economic stability. Direct and indirect taxes should side by side and balance each other.

However in developing countries, direct taxation has limited scope and hence indirect taxation. The impact of direct-indirect taxation on consumer Ezat Sabir Esmaeel University of sulaimani Faculty of Economics and Administration Abstract: One of the most important resources of revenue for every Government is tax which is fulfilling its commitments towards society.

Taxes are classified as direct taxes and indirect taxes. Direct taxation is a type of tax which is paid for by an individual directly to the government. It includes poll tax, land tax or income tax. Direct taxation contrasts with an indirect tax.

European Commission Literature review on taxation, entrepreneurship and collaborative economy October |. A system-wide digitization of the tax system. can minimize compliance costs, and facilitate the payment of tax liabilities, particularly for small firms and for providers in the collaborative economy.

The effects of taxation on the willingness to work, save and invest are partly the result of money burden of tax and partly the result of psychological burden of tax. ADVERTISEMENTS: Taxes which are temporarily imposed to meet any emergency (e.g., Kargil Tax imposed for a year or so) or taxes.

However, since most peo­ple in developing countries do not have taxable income (due to complete absence of agricultural income tax, low per capita income and widespread tax evasion and avoidance), the contribution of direct taxes is low. In India, for example, the contribution of direct taxes to total tax.

Direct tax is a type of tax where the incidence and impact of taxation fall on the same entity. Description: In the case of direct tax, the burden can’t be shifted by the taxpayer to someone else.

These are largely taxes on income or wealth. Income tax, corporation tax, property tax, inheritance tax and gift tax are examples of direct tax.

This article is concerned with taxation in general, its principles, its objectives, and its effects; specifically, the article discusses the nature and purposes of taxation, whether taxes should be classified as direct.

PROECT TOPIC: THE IMPACT OF TAXATION AS AN AID TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT includes abstract and chapter one, complete project material available THE IMPACT OF TAXATION AS AN AID TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN EDO STATE(A CASE STUDY OF OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, EDO STATE, NIGERIA)PROPOSALThe research work will discuss in detail the impact of taxation as an aid to Economic.

Taxation and Investment in India Business taxation in India is characterised by high effective tax rates, a narrow tax base, and an uncertain tax environment for potential investors.

However, India has now begun a process of significant business tax reform, including a staged reduction of the corporate income tax Cited by: 1.Wolters Kluwer launches book on Income Tax; Reforms in tax system to create a positive economic growth outlook in India.

Direct tax online and content to help professionals navigate the increasing global and local complexities in the field of taxation and accountancy. This book is one of the additions in our portfolio which a tax.GROWTH OF INCOME TAX REVENUE IN INDIA The economic crisis of led to structural tax reforms in India with main purpose of correcting the fiscal imbalance.

Subsequently, the Tax Reforms Committee headed by Raja Chelliah (Government of India, ) and Task Force on Direct Taxes headed by Vijay Kelkar (Government of India File Size: 1MB.