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Photo / Greg Bowker Once regarded as a political poison, public opinion has moved in favour of Labour's capital gains tax since it was announced three years ago and support for idea has moved well ahead of the party's own popularity, according a
The engineering firm Burns & McDonnell could receive up to $8.5 million in Missouri tax incentives for an expansion of its Kansas City headquarters. Gov. Jay Nixon was among those attending a groundbreaking Thursday for the firm's $109 million
Ads by Google press release The International Monetary Fund (IMF) today released the study " Spillovers in International Corporate Taxation ," that explores the nature and policy implications of cross-border effects from national corporate tax
The previous Labor government planned to roll out two rounds of tax cuts and pension and welfare rises as compensation for the rising carbon price. But the coalition has pledged to only go ahead with one of the rounds, saying the second is
and final -- offer to the four government bodies threatening to sue if the village board establishes two new tax increment financing districts, Village President Dean Argiris said this week...He said, however, that if the parties sue, the Town Center
An official at the state-owned Electricite du Liban said Wednesday that power plants have been shut down to limit fuel consumption, warning that severe electricity rationing may have to be introduced if fuel subsidies do not reach the required level.
Valuing and improving our God-given talents. June 25, 2014 I have given much thought recently to the words appreciation and depreciation, which play a key role in business, in the community, and in family and church life.
June 25, 2014 16:03 IST Liquor licences: Excise Commissioner can't collect stamp duty' Special Correspondent The High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday held that the State Excise Commissioner had no authority to collect stamp duty at the time of sanction,
Local petroleum products distributor, Woqod, yesterday washed its hands of the recent decision to hike diesel prices and put the blame for the increase on the government. The government provides subsidy on diesel so it ordered a hike in its prices,
Labour's proposal for a firm approach to tax avoidance by multinational companies is sensible in the interim while international measures to harmonise international tax law are being worked through, Mr O'Reilly said. But the centrepiece of the