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IRS Interest Rates To Remain The Same

Many people have filing their taxes on their minds. With Tax Day approaching, this is pretty normal. However, if you are an owner of a business or pay quarterly taxes (on property, etc.), you may be looking for next quarter’s IRS interest rates and...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Mar 17, 2016

IRS Announces Tax Rates Will Remain The Same

Many people have filing their taxes on their minds. With Tax Day approaching, this is pretty normal. However, if you are an owner of a business or pay quarterly taxes (on property, etc.), you may be looking for next quarter’s rates and wondering if...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Mar 17, 2016

Top 10 Countries With Highest Tax Rates in the World

Tax is an amount of money imposed on people who must have to pay to the state or administrative divisions; the purpose is to fund state for various functions like The post Top 10 Countries With Highest Tax Rates in the World appeared first on How Af...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Mar 2, 2016

Are You Paying Too Much Tax? Tax Rates Around the World [Infographic]

How much tax do you pay? In America, it's typical to pay about 50% if you include your income tax and all the sales tax you pay. Of course, some people pay more, others pay less. Those in poverty often pay little to no income tax, while many rich pe...
by MoneyMiniBlog on Nov 2, 2015

2016 Tax Rates Announced

The 2016 tax rates have just been announced by my friends at the IRS. My friends? Well, to be sure, they are not the enemy. The IRS enforces the tax code. You know who writes it? Congress. So whenever there’s a change in the code or something y...
by JoeTaxpayer on Oct 26, 2015

West Bengal professional tax slab FY 2014-15 AY 2015-16

West Bengal professional tax slab FY 2014-15 AY 2015-16 :  What is Professional Tax and What are the Tax Slabs ? Are you are into any profession  and earning monthly wages or salary , then you have pay profession tax to the state government in the...

PAAPAM opposes alternative minimum tax

KARACHI: Pakistan Association of Auto Parts and Accessories Manufacturers (Paapam) Chairman Usman Malik on Wednesday lauded the government efforts to tax non-filers at higher rates but said that the levy of alternative minimum tax is unjust and must...
by TaxWorldWeb on Jun 17, 2014

High-income earners will pay more tax until 2017

About 400,000 taxpayers earning more than $180,000 will pay an extra 2 per cent tax as the government breaks a pre-election promise not to raise taxes, with the introduction of a ”temporary budget repair levy” for three years.
by TaxWorldWeb on May 13, 2014

Study finds Brazil’s state to be tax-guzzling, inefficient

You cannot stay one day in Brazil without hearing someone complain about high taxes and poor public services. According to this narrative, the prices of everything from cars to beauty products are inflated by opaque taxes even as the nation struggles...
by TaxWorldWeb on Apr 22, 2014

Can Abenomics Survive Tax Hike?

The last time a Japanese leader raised the consumption tax, the economy tanked and he was forced out of office by an angry electorate. Will history repeat itself, or can Prime Minister Shinzo Abe manage to continue the nation’s revival with Abenomi...
by TaxWorldWeb on Mar 22, 2014

How real is the tax burden

The debate on the tax burden is growing among Chinese as they become more conscious about being taxpayers. A recent Chinese Academy of Social Sciences report has added vigor to that debate by saying that “the per capita tax burden in China is n...
by TaxWorldWeb on Mar 4, 2014

U.S. Tax Rates? Not Competitive, But California’s Are Worse

Is the U.S. tax system competitive? Many global companies say it isn’t. Companies like Apple say they have to jump through hoops to stay competitive. In September 2012, the Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee’s report on Apple painted a...
by TaxWorldWeb on Feb 13, 2014

Extra 1.4million people sucked into 40p tax bracket under the Coalition

An extra 1.4million Britons have been caught in the higher rate tax trap since the Coalition came to power, official figures revealed yesterday.
by TaxWorldWeb on Feb 8, 2014

How To Make $140,000 In Real Estate And Legally Save $46,200 In Taxes

In my previous post I shared that we had borrowed $140,000 from rental properties to use as a down payment for our primary home.  This loan will be paid back over a 10 year period covered by the rents.  How long will it take you to earn $140,000, a...
by Getting A Rich Life on Oct 28, 2013

Political humor: NewsBusted with Jodi Miller (Video)

In this weeks episode Jodi Miller takes a look at political issues that include: -- Tax Freedom Day -- Higher Tax Rates -- Senator Joe Manchin -- CNN -- Michelle Obama -- Senator Marco Rubio -- Immigration Bill -- Morning After Pill -- MSNB...
by The Political Commentator on Apr 23, 2013

Tech Companies Love Dublin’s Tax Rates

Dublin’s Grand Canal Square, just south of the River Liffey, is known as Googletown. In 2011, Google (GOOG), which employs more than 2,500 people in Ireland, bought the neighborhood’s 15-story Montevetro building. Nearby is Facebook’s (FB) Euro...
by TaxWorldWeb on Apr 4, 2013

Extra 400,000 people to be caught in 40% higher tax band

George Osborne is facing growing calls to cut taxes on middle class incomes after drawing nearly a million extra people into the 40% tax band since becoming chancellor, with another 400,000 expected to join their ranks in the coming tax year.
by TaxWorldWeb on Mar 22, 2013

Rate drop for property tax paid via electricity bills is possible

The government is examining ways of reducing the rates for the special property tax that will be paid again this year via electricity bills, provided that all other property taxes that currently apply are actually paid.
by TaxWorldWeb on Mar 19, 2013

Effective Personal Income Tax Rates In The Last Decade

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by Wealthymatters on Mar 1, 2013

Is the Federal Government Shaking US Down?

The expiration of a two-year payroll tax cut means that someone earning $50,000 will pay $1,000 more a year in federal taxes. So in 2013, the rate will rise back to 6.2 percent and most workers will have an additional … Continue reading →...


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