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Förmögenhetsskatten som symbol

Sverige är ett av ett fåtal länder inom OECD som fortfarande beskattar förmögenhet, dessutom betydligt hårdare än de flesta övriga länder med förmögenhetsskatt. Att avvika från andra länders beskattning av rörliga skattebaser – där kapital är den mest rörliga - kan få negativa konsekvenser på bl a sparande och tillgång på inhemskt kapital vilket i sin tur inte bara påverkar mängden genererade skatteintäkter utan även företagsklimat och ekonomisk tillväxttakt. Även om det kan finnas goda skäl att beskatta förmögenhet, bl a för att uppnå en jämnare förmögenhetsfördelning vilket i sin tur kan ha positiva effekter på investeringsnivån och tillväxttakten, får skatten ofta inte avsedda effekter i en global värld där de totala skatterna på kapital varierar mellan länderna. Mycket tyder på att den svenska förmögenhetsskatten istället har kommit att utgöra en viktig symbol för ett solidariskt skattesystem.

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Paper provided by The Ratio Institute in its series Ratio Working Papers with number 39.

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Length: 21 pages
Date of creation: 29 Apr 2004
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Publication status: Published in Skatter & välfärd, Karlson, Nils, Johansson, Dan, Johnsson, Richard (eds.), 2004, pages 238-265, Ratio.
Handle: RePEc:hhs:ratioi:0039
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