Simulation Modeling Approach in the Research of Tax Influence on Enterprises
This thesis is aimed to analyze the indirect taxes’ influence on industrial firm’s activity. In our country this problem requires a special attention. These taxes have a dominant share of fiscal burden. By-turn, fiscal burden is very important to assess the competitiveness level of inland industrial firms. But the taxing reduction will involve a decrease of national budget revenues. All these determine the opportunity to enhance the state attention on this sector’s reformation. Within the thesis, the author has studied the link between indirect taxes and economic units. The author has assessed that the fiscal regime is one of the main factors to enhance the national industry position. In the study there have been suggested new methods to optimize the indirect taxes shares. Also, the author has elaborated as analyze instrument an original model. This model has allowed the prognostication of firms’ activity in the environment of indirect tax systems reformation.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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