Indirect Taxation

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History Of The English Fiscal System - The Restoration and Beyond
... assessments were revived on several occasions, indirect taxation being made more rigorous by the imposition of extra duties on brandy, tobacco and sugar as well as French linens and silks ... expansion of various forms of revenue, particularly indirect taxation The rise and growth of the national debt, combined with the creation of an ... During each period of war, taxation (particularly indirect taxation) and debt increased ...
Tax Protester Sixteenth Amendment Arguments - Sixteenth Amendment Effectiveness - Stanton V. Baltic Mining Co.
... Amendment "conferred no new power of taxation, but simply prohibited the previous complete and plenary power of income taxation possessed by Congress from the beginning ... The quoted language regarding the "complete and plenary power of income taxation possessed by Congress from the beginning" is a reference to the power granted to Congress by the original ... The reference to "being taken out of the category of indirect taxation to which it belonged" is a reference to the effect of the 1895 Court decision in Pollock v ...
History Of The English Fiscal System - Indirect Taxation
... Parallel with the evolution of direct taxation, but decidedly lagging behind, is the progress of indirect taxation ... taxes were supplemented by, and then absorbed into, the general taxation on movables, so customs, in the strict sense, were followed by subsidies or parliamentary grants ...
List Of European Court Of Justice Rulings - Internal Market - Free Movement of Goods - Indirect Taxation
... "directly or indirectly, on the products of other Member States any internal taxation of any kind in excess of that imposed directly or indirectly on similar domestic products" ... This prohibition also extends to "internal taxation of such a nature as to afford indirect protection to other products" ...

Famous quotes containing the words taxation and/or indirect:

    The Government is able to afford a suitable army and a suitable navy. It may maintain them without the slightest danger to the Republic or the cause of free institutions, and fear of additional taxation ought not to change a proper policy in this regard.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

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