El fondo de utilidades tributables (FUT): elementos para la discusiÃ³n
This paper analyzes the Taxable Profits Fund (TPF) from three different perspectives. First, it studies the historical context in which the TPF emerged, the specific objectives for which it was created and the main features of the tax regime that had existed prior to its implementation. Second, it describes in detail how the TPF has operated in practice and its main features. Third, it analyzes, from an economic standpoint, the incentives that the TPF offers for a reinvestment of profits. The analysis reveals that the TPF has been an effective tool that encourages companies to invest and save. The article additionally discusses the debate on the subject and the main proposals that have emerged in literature to improve specific aspects of income taxation in Chile.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 135 ()
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