Analiza Impactului Politicilor Fiscale Asupra Nivelului De Trai Al Salariatilor
The concept of the quality of life gathers one of the most important part, “the level of life”. The assurance of a decent level of life depends on the degree of development of the society quantified in GDP and in the way that this is used. By looking at the fiscality impact upon the level of living, analyzed at the level of the employed population, we notice that the one that is taxed, is the most important category. This matter is supported by the numbers of share employees in all of the employed population (over 50%),in the year 2003 share being 56,04%. By analyzing the salary in the period 1990-2005 a few conclusions have been drawn: - In the period 1992-1994 the average real gross wage dropped, but in the period 1994-1996 a rise has been encountered. This did not influence share of fiscal wage royalties, as they continued to rise, leading to a growth of the fiscality pressure upon labor. - In the period 1996-2000 takes place a diminish in the average salary gross earning, explained through the high value of the inflation, that lead to the erosion of all the winnings. - In the period 2000-2004 meant the rise of the average real gross wage, and the physicality pressure upon it. - The lowest fiscal pressure felt by the employees was encountered between the years 1998 and 1999. From this evolution we can draw the conclusion that between the years 1998 and 1999 was attempted a fiscality relaxation, but this was not supported by the available resources, that lead to the fiscality pressure explosion from the next period.
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