State Taxation Of Business: Issues And Policy Options by Thomas F. Pogue

State Taxation Of Business: Issues And Policy Options

EditorThomas F. Pogue

Hardcover | December 1, 1992

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This volume is the first book-length treatment of state-level business tax issues. It addresses three broad questions: (1) How should businesses be taxed? (2) How does present practice compare with and depart from this prescription? and (3) How can present practice be improved? The contributors to the volume analyze these issues from a variety of perspectives, presenting a cross section of current thinking about states' business tax policies. The work provides a conceptual framework for defining business taxes, measuring their levels and consequences, comparing interstate differences in business tax practices, and evaluating alternative business tax policies. It presents data showing current levels, trends, and interstate differences in business taxation. And it examines the political and economic rationales for taxing business and the implications of those rationales for tax policy. This analysis will be of interest to scholars and practitioners in taxation, public economics, and business finance.

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Title:State Taxation Of Business: Issues And Policy OptionsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:360 pages, 9.78 × 6.14 × 1.28 inPublished:December 1, 1992Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275941256

ISBN - 13:9780275941253

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?State Taxation of Business comprehensively presents the issues emerging from the great laboratory of the many Independent jurisdictions which characterize state and local taxation in the United States. As such, the book is worthy of attention by all those engaged in researching, formulating, or implementing tax policy.?-The Accounting Review