First published in 1919, Taxation in the New State explores the practical application of tax policy to the financial situation of post-World War I Britain. Hobson assesses policy according to the tax payeras ability to bear the burden and draws a distinction between acosta and asurplusa. He proposes a number of reforms and considers the pitfalls of attempting the find required revenue using ordinary taxation in a post-war financial crisis.A second and related tendency has been to do away with those specific taxes, earmarked for some special public service, which characterized ... withthe specific tax that this method of taxation has virtually disappeared, leaving the State full liberty to dispose of its whole revenue accordingto ... Where provision has been made beforehand for payment of Death Duties by insurance, this, of course, is evident.
|Title||:||Taxation in the New State (Routledge Revivals)|
|Author||:||J A Hobson|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-12-17|