Sustainability planning policy collecting the revenues of the tax administration
In this paper we propose to make an analysis on the sustainability of policy planning at the level of budgetary revenue collection of the tax administration. The data presented and the analysis made clear that NAFA and in turn G.D.P.F. - S county planning policy promotes an unsustainable revenue, much influenced by the political factor to the detriment of future scientific and that it must change this way, the benefit of the entire Romanian society. In conclusion, a schedule of receipts for which there is no, relevant, practical planning policies promote unsustainable earnings. Instead planning new proposed budget revenue collection is a sustainable planning, as seen in the demonstration made.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 (December)
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