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Was kostet eine finanzierungsneutrale Besteuerung von Kapitalgesellschaften?

  • Kiesewetter, Dirk
  • Rumpf, Dominik

Die Besteuerung von Kapitaleinkommen im deutschen Ertragsteuerrecht erfolgt nicht finanzierungsneutral. Der Sachverständigenrat zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung hatte im Vorfeld der Unternehmensteuerreform 2008/09 ein finanzierungsneutrales Körperschaftsteuersystem vorgeschlagen, das jedoch nicht umgesetzt wurde, da befürchtet wurde, dass die politische Zielvorgabe geringer Steuerausfälle nicht eingehalten worden wäre. Wir untersuchen in diesem Beitrag dieZinsbereinigung des Grundkapitals, eine Reformalternative, die ebenso Finanzierungsneutralität sichert, im Hinblick auf die zu erwartenden Steuerausfälle. Hierfür verwenden wir die Körperschaftsteuerstatistik des Statistischen Bundesamtes. Wir stellen fest, dass die Steuerausfälle verhältnismäßig gering sind.

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