Tax Reform ENG
Publish Year: 2016
Thematic Area: Planning and Budgeting, Public Finance Management, Taxation
Language:
Countries: Timor-Leste
Region: Asia and the Pacific
Resource Type: Assessments and Analysis, Case Studies, Policy, Research
Author Name: Prof. Kathleen A. Lahey

Description:

This paper demonstrates how careful attention to the impact of taxes and policy evidence can be used by Government officials to carry out a step-by-step examination of the impact of tax laws on all concerned.

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