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Distribution of income and the income tax burden in Bulgaria (English) Abstract. Using the Bulgarian household budget survey, the authors analyze the distribution of income and of the income tax burden by income and expenditure class and by rural-urban sector. They find: 1) Low income inequality (although that is changing rapidly Cited by: 3.
Using the Bulgarian household budget survey, the authors analyze the distribution of income and of the income tax burden by income and expenditure class and by rural-urban sector. February The empirical analysis of Bulgaria's income distribution and income tax burden indicates that the country has low income inequality although this is changing rapidly.
The income tax is progressive and contributes significantly to reducing income inequality, and the urban sector pays proportionately more in taxes than the rural sector.
Distribution of income and income tax burden in Bulgaria. Washington, DC: World Bank, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Željko Bogetić; Fareed M A Hassan. Distribution of income and the income tax burden in Bulgaria (Inglês) Resumo.
Using the Bulgarian household budget survey, the authors analyze the distribution of income and of the income tax burden by income and expenditure class and by rural-urban sector.
They find: 1) Low income inequality (although that is changing rapidly Cited by: 3. Downloadable. Using the Bulgarian household budget survey, the authors analyze the distribution of income and of the income tax burden by income and expenditure class and by rural-urban sector. They find: 1) Low income inequality (although that is changing rapidly).
2) A progressive income tax system. The poor (the lowest two-income decile) pay only percent of their per capita income. Distribution of income and the income tax burden in Bulgaria (英语) 摘要. Using the Bulgarian household budget survey, the authors analyze the distribution of income and of the income tax burden by income and expenditure class and by rural-urban sector.
They find: 1) Low income inequality (although that is changing rapidly Cited by: 3. Taxes in Bulgaria are collected on both state and local levels. The most important taxes are collected on state level, these taxes include an income tax, social security, corporate taxes and value added local level property taxes as well as various fees are collected.
All income earned in Bulgaria is taxed on a flat rate of 10%. Employment income earned in Bulgaria is also subject to. Downloadable. This study utilizes the Bulgarian household budget survey to analyze the distribution of income and income tax burden.
Results indicate that the country is characterized by low income inequality, though this is changing rapidly. The findings also show that the present income tax system is progressive and that the urban sector pays much more relative to its income.
After-tax income is before-tax income minus federal taxes. The CBO data confirm and quantify what most people know in general: the size and distributional impact of transfers and taxes are huge. Dividing households into quintiles (fifths), CBO estimates that, on average, transfers and taxes increase household income by $8, for the bottom Author: Michael Schuyler.
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However, the vast majority of this income and taxes is attributable to the roughly 2, corporations with assets above $ billion. Indeed, these corporations earned 77 percent of total corporate taxable income in and. Fareed M. Hassan. Effects of personal income tax on income distribution: Example from Bulgaria Distribution of Income and the Income Tax Burden in Bulgaria.
Article. Full-text available. The National Statistical Institute informs users of statistical information that the annual bilingual (Bulgarian/English) publication Main Macroeconomic Indicators is already available. The issue contains the results from official statistics' work on calculation of main macroeconomic indicators for Bulgaria in accordance with the System of National Accounts (SNA ) and the European.
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The Ghana government, in the Budget Statement, proposed an increase to the corporate income tax rate from 25% to 35% and an additional tax of 10% on mining companies. Ghana’s proposed tax increases are likely to take. In recent years, a number of state initiatives have given voters the chance to increase high-income earners’ tax burden.
In most instances (though not all), these measures have been successful. InMaine voters gave the thumbs up to an additional 3 percent tax on those making more than $,Faculty of Economics, South-West University-Bulgaria [email protected] Nikolay Patonov Faculty of Economics, South-West University-Bulgaria [email protected] ABSTRACT The paper is intended to study the basic trends in the distribution of the total tax burden in .