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Lifecycle vs. annual perspectives on the incidence of a value added tax

Gilbert E. Metcalf

Lifecycle vs. annual perspectives on the incidence of a value added tax

by Gilbert E. Metcalf

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Value-added tax -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGilbert E. Metcalf.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 4619, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 4619.
    ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22427022M

      This paper analyzes the effects of the book-tax difference (BTD) on accounting accruals and value relevance. Recent studies argued that book-tax conformity increases earnings quality. However, other studies argued that book-tax conformity decreases earnings : Akihiro Yamada.   Value added tax Value Added Tax (VAT) is a general consumption tax assessed on the value added to goods and services. Over countries worldwide have introduced VAT over the past three decades and India is amongst the last few to introduce it. VAT has been introduced in Indian Taxation System from April 1,

      government and the consumer, which is us, both will benefit from VAT for understanding this, first you have to understand what is VAT and how it works, VAT is the tax which is exerted only when there is a the addition of value in the object and.   This book, by Alan A. Tait, is an examination of VAT. It looks at problems and theoretical options and potential impacts, as well as detailing the practical aspects of implementing new tax structures. The author advances arguments for and against alternative policies and illustrates his study with international examples from Europe, Latin America, Asia, .

    India with special reference to Punjab Value Added Tax Act It studied the working of value added tax, incidence of tax, input tax credit mechanism, payment of VAT, filing of returns and refund procedure under VAT. The paper attempted to study and compare the present state value added tax and earlier state sale tax on the basis of. and implementation, this book will be an invaluable resource for tax practitioners and government offi cials. Alan Schenk is a distinguished professor at Wayne State University Law School. He has taught VAT at other universities in the United States and abroad. Schenk is the author of numerous articles and several books on value added tax and goods.


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Lifecycle vs. annual perspectives on the incidence of a value added tax by Gilbert E. Metcalf Download PDF EPUB FB2

LIFE CYCLE VERSUS ANNUAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE INCIDENCE OF A VALUE ADDED TAX Gilbert E. Metcalf Princeton University and NBER EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This paper analyzes the steady-state distribution of tax burdens of a Value Added Tax (VAT) in the United States using a lifetime perspec tive. Lifecycle vs.

Annual Perspectives on the Incidence of A Value Added Tax Gilbert E. Metcalf. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in January NBER Program(s):Public Economics.

This paper analyzes the steady state distribution of tax burdens of a Value Added Tax (VAT) in the United States using a lifetime perspective. Downloadable. This paper analyzes the steady state distribution of tax burdens of a Value Added Tax (VAT) in the United States using a lifetime perspective.

In contrast to an annual snapshot perspective, I find that a VAT on total expenditures would be proportional over the lifetime.

Various modifications to the VAT (zero rating necessities or giving lump sum household. Get this from a library. Lifecycle vs. annual perspectives on the incidence of a value added tax. [Gilbert E Metcalf; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. Get this from a library.

Lifecycle vs. annual perspectives on the incidence of a value added tax. [Gilbert E Metcalf; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper analyzes the steady state distribution of tax burdens of a Value Added Tax (VAT) in the United States using a lifetime perspective.

In contrast to an annual snapshot perspective. This paper analyzes the steady-state distribution of tax burdens of a Value Added Tax (VAT) in the United States using a lifetime perspective. In contrast to an annual snapshot perspective, I find that a VAT on total expenditures would be proportional over the lifetime.

Various modifications to the VAT (zero rating necessities or lump-sum household rebates) would increase the Cited by: Lifetime vs. Annual Perspectives on Tax Incidence Don Fullerton, Diane Lim Rogers.

NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in June NBER Program(s):Public Economics Program Recent academic research on tax incidence has shifted from an emphasis on static and annual perspectives to examinations of dynamic and lifetime issues. Contents Welfare and the Well-Being of Children: The Relative Effectiveness of Cash and In-Kind Transfers - Janet Currie • Energy Taxes and Aggregate Economic Activity - Julio Rotemberg and Michael Woodford • Lifecycle vs.

Annual Perspectives on the Incidence of a Value Added Tax - Gilbert E. Metcalf • The Efficiency Cost of Energy Taxes. This book integrates legal, economic, and administrative materials about the value added tax (VAT) to present the only comparative approach to the study of VAT law.

The second edition includes new VAT-related developments in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia and adds new chapters on VAT avoidance and evasion and on China's by: 1. Gilbert E. Metcalf, "Life Cycle versus Annual Perspectives on the Incidence of a Value Added Tax," NBER Chapters, in: Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 8, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Zandvakili, Sourushe & Mills, Jeffrey A., on static and annual perspectives to ex- In contrast, life-cycle simulation models aminations of dynamic and lifetime is- such as Auerbach and Kotlikoff () sues.

Meanwhile, policy economists are examine the intergenerational distribu-forced to rely on annual data and hence tion of tax burdens. They compare differ-annual analyses.

IS A VALUE ADDED TAX REGRESSIVE. at the peak of their age earnings profile for whom peak earnings are a poor measure of annual ability to consume. Relative to annual income, lifetime in- come is more difficult to measure. Po- terba (, ) has proposed using consumption as a proxy for lifetime in.

Gilbert E. Metcalf, "Lifecycle vs. Annual Perspectives on the Incidence of A Value Added Tax," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Gilbert E. Metcalf, "Value-Added Taxation: A Tax Whose Time Has Come?," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol.

9(1), pagesWinter. The distributive impact of value-added taxes has been found to be mixed (Bird and Zolt ;Coady ); while Sahn and Younger () find that the. The Value Added Tax: International Practice and Problems [Tait, Alan A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Value Added Tax: International Practice and ProblemsCited by: Lifecycle vs. Annual Perspectives on the Incidence of a Value Added Tax," Tax Policy and the Economy, (). Lifetime Effects of Fundamental Tax Reform,"Author: Gilbert E. Metcalf. Book-adjusted basis Book-adjusted basis is a measure of what an asset is worth from a company's perspective on its books.

The book value of an asset can change based on factors like improvements. This paper is a first attempt to measures the incidence of Value Added Tax (VAT) in Bangladesh. The results show that the VAT incidence varies for people in different income groups. This book integrates legal, economic, and administrative materials about value added tax.

Its principal purpose is to provide comprehensive teaching tools - laws, cases, analytical exercises, and questions drawn from the experience of countries and organizations from all areas of the world.

It also serves as a resource for tax practitioners and government officials that must. Generally, the difference between book depreciation and tax depreciation involves the "timing" of when the cost of an asset will appear as depreciation expense on a company's financial statements versus the depreciation expense on the company's income tax return.

Hence, the depreciation expense in each year will likely be different, but the. A value-added tax is examined in a general-equilibrium model of tax-incidence incorporating primary factors and intermediate goods.

Production coefficients are variable and demand is elastic. The principal result is that under assumptions of fixed coefficients and inelastic demand which have been commonly employed in the literature, VAT as well Cited by: 6.Tax-Adjusted Basis Vs. Book-Adjusted Basis. Accountants record a firm's financial data in specific ways, based on generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).

However, a company's internal financial reporting needs may differ from the methodologies required by the IRS for tax filings. Companies stand to.In economics, tax incidence or tax burden is the effect of a particular tax on the distribution of economic ists distinguish between the entities who ultimately bear the tax burden and those on whom tax is initially imposed.

The tax burden measures the true economic weight of the tax, measured by the difference between real incomes or utilities before and after imposing .