26 avril 2017

Etudes d'impact du crédit d'impôt recherche (CIR) - Une revue de la littérature

Ce rapport a été coordonné par Evens Salies de l’Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques (O.F.C.E.). Il a bénéficié des contributions de Dominique Bianco, Ludovic Dibiaggio, Sarah Guillou et Lionel Nesta, Xavier Ragot, ainsi que des remarques de Marianna Marino, Luis Miotti, Benoît Mulkay et Karine Chakir. Voir l'article...

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18 avril 2017

Building tax systems to foster better skills

Education & Skills TodayInvesting in skills is crucial for fostering inclusive economic growth and creating strong societies. In an increasingly connected world, skills are particularly important for citizens to get the most out of new forms of capital, such as big data and robotics. More and more, policy makers are recognising that rapid change in technologies and work practices mean that people will have to continually upgrade their skills throughout their lives. More...

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Building tax systems to foster better skills

Investing in skills is crucial for fostering inclusive economic growth and creating strong societies. In an increasingly connected world, skills are particularly important for citizens to get the most out of new forms of capital, such as big data and robotics. More and more, policy makers are recognising that rapid change in technologies and work practices mean that people will have to continually upgrade their skills throughout their lives. More...

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Tax Crimes – The Fight Goes Digital

Tax has been a high profile topic in recent years. People may often think of large scale tax avoidance by huge multinationals – which the OECD has estimated at between USD 100 – 240 billion in lost revenue annually. More...

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17 avril 2017

Entrepreneurs, défiscalisez en créant une association

http://alternatives-economiques.fr/blogs/abherve/files/abherve.jpgSur le blog de Michel Abhervé pour Alternatives économiques. Yann Vasseur, conseiller fiscal publie dans Defisc et des Lettres une véritable incitation aux entreprises pour utiliser l’association comme outil de défiscalisation. Voir l'article...

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16 avril 2017

Education spending across the age range

This important new piece of work from the Institute for Fiscal Studies on education spending fills a hole by providing a robust and comparable time series. More...

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How federal tax policy interacts with higher ed spending

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Two significant things happen every April: Income taxes are due and high school seniors, bound for college, decide where they want to continue their education. More...

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04 avril 2017

Précision sur le calcul du crédit d’impôt de taxe sur les salaires

http://www.unml.info/assets/templates/meridian/images/headline.pngL’UNML a déjà communiqué à ses adhérents les premières informations sur le crédit d’impôt de taxe sur les salaires (CITS). Suite aux nombreuses interrogations des employeurs, des précisions sont apportées ici, après la rencontre de l’UDES avec le cabinet ESS la semaine dernière. Voir l'article...

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25 mars 2017

Calling for Tax Justice (Advocate 24 01)

By Paul Clifton. The Turnbull Government is cutting payments to families on low incomes, continuing the freeze on Medicare rebates, issuing debts people have never accrued, and considering a tax cut for corporations. Meanwhile, Australia continues to give away its natural resources for free by not taxing corporations enough. More...

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23 mars 2017

Efficient, Equitable and Enforceable: three “Es” for reforming India’s tax system and better finance public services

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgPosted . Promoting inclusive growth in India requires improving social and physical infrastructure. Public spending needs are large: only 40% of the population had access to sanitation facilities in 2015; public spending on health is just above 1% of GDP, compared to 7% on average in OECD countries and 3% in the other key emerging economies; only a small fraction of the population contributes to a retirement scheme. More...

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