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Principles And Procedures On Fiscal

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  • Morar Ioan Dan

    () (Universitatea din Oradea, Stiinte Economice)

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Fiscal science advertise in most analytical situations, while the principles reiterated by specialists in the field in various specialized works. The two components of taxation, the tax system relating to the theoretical and the practical procedures relating to tax are marked by frequent references and invocations of the underlying principles to tax. This paper attempts a return on equity fiscal general vision as a principle often invoked and used to justify tax policies, but so often violated the laws fiscality . Also want to emphasize the importance of devising procedures to ensure fiscal equitable treatment of taxpayers. Specific approach of this paper is based on the notion that tax equity is based on equality before tax and social policies of the executive that would be more effective than using the other tax instruments. I want to emphasize that if the scientific approach to justify the unequal treatment of the tax law is based on the various social problems of the taxpayers, then deviates from the issue of tax fairness justification explaining the need to promote social policies usually more attractive to taxpayers. Modern tax techniques are believed to be promoted especially in order to ensure an increasing level of high efficiency at the expense of the taxpayers obligations to ensure equality before the law tax. On the other hand, tax inequities reaction generates multiple recipients from the first budget plan, but finalities unfair measures can not quantify and no timeline for the reaction, usually not known. But while statistics show fluctuations in budgetary revenues and often find in literature reviews and analysis relevant to a connection between changes in government policies, budget execution and outcome. The effects of inequality on tax on tax procedures and budgetary revenues are difficult to quantify and is among others to this work. Providing tax equity without combining it with the principles of discrimination and neutrality in the tax to ensure an objective of fiscal policy.

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  • Morar Ioan Dan, 2011. "Principles And Procedures On Fiscal," Annals of Faculty of Economics, University of Oradea, Faculty of Economics, vol. 1(special), pages 285-287, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:ora:journl:v:1:y:2011:i:special:p:285-287
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    Keywords

    Fiscal science ; the principles of taxation; procedures; taxpayers; budgetary; revenues;

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    • H20 - Public Economics - - Taxation, Subsidies, and Revenue - - - General

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