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Identifikators:369762
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Publicēts: 27.01.2010.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Vidusskolas
Literatūras saraksts: 4 vienības
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Taxation is central to national sovereignty, for without revenue governments cannot conduct policy. It is an instrument of economic regulation which can be used to influence consumption, encourage saving or shape the way in which companies are organized. Tax policy is essential to all Member States, and a country’s actions can have an impact not only at home but also in neighboring countries.1
This course paper gives an insight into the European Union Tax policy, and it examines the strategy of the tax policy in EU, different types of taxes and the changes in Latvian tax policy after the accession in the European Union.
EU Tax Policy Strategy
The European Commission’s tax policy strategy was most recently set out in a Communication of 23 May 2001 on “Tax policy in the European Union - Priorities for the years ahead”, which gives the general objectives of the EU tax policy. 2
First of all, as a priority, tax policy must serve the interests of citizens and business wishing to avail themselves of the four freedoms of the Internal Market (the free movement of persons, goods and capital, and the freedom to provide services), so it must focus on the removal of tax obstacles to the exercise of those four freedoms. Moreover, to the extent that tax systems are used as a tool for allocation, redistribution, and stabilization objectives, the tax consequences must be clear to the intended economic agents. For both these reasons, tax systems must be made simpler and more transparent. …

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