Operation of VAT and taxes

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by Christophe » 07/01/14, 15:55

The words fly away, the writings remain ... Thank you François ...

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by chatelot16 » 07/01/14, 16:39

VAT is a sad French invention! which contaminated all of europe

it is a simple tax for the state: it makes all tax collectors work!

so not only does it take money but it also costs accounting time

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taxe_sur_l ... du_concept

invented in France in 1954, for large companies, and generalized in 1966 by Giscard d'Estaing

would this not be the start of the economic downturn in france and then europe?

the other taxes tax the one who has earned money with a certain offset: we pay when we have really won

VAT is paid instantly from the start, sometimes even before the payment is really cashed: VAT breaks new activity in the bud

VAT seems neutral and paid only by the end customer ... but full of viscous effect for natural product to be stored ... or when there are losses and changes in values
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by Christophe » 07/01/14, 16:55

Not just Europe, the whole world !!

See this table: http://assets.meridianglobalservices.co ... rt.pdf.pdf

Contrary to what you think, I find that it is much easier and much less expensive to implement than income tax!

When I am president, there will only be VAT and corporate tax, especially the big ones ... : Cheesy: : Cheesy:
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