The Flat Tax
By:"Robert Ernest Hall","Alvin Rabushka"
Published on 1995 by Hoover Press
This Book was ranked 8 by Google Books for keyword tax.
Finance and Investment Handbook
By:"John Downes","Jordan Elliot Goodman"
Published on 2003 by Barron's Educational Series
Previous editions of this comprehensive reference book have been called arequired reading for students, investors, and writersa by\
This Book was ranked 21 by Google Books for keyword finance.
Political Control of the Economy
By:"Edward R. Tufte"
Published on 1980 by Princeton University Press
Speculations about the effects of politics on economic life have a long and vital tradition, but few efforts have been made to determine the precise relationship between them. Edward Tufte, a political scientist who covered the 1976 Presidential election for Newsweek, seeks to do just that. His sharp analyses and astute observations lead to an eye-opening view of the impact of political life on the national economy of America and other capitalist democracies. The analysis demonstrates how politicians, political parties, and voters decide who gets what, when, and how in the economic arena. A nation's politics, it is argued, shape the most important aspects of economic life--inflation, unemployment, income redistribution, the growth of government, and the extent of central economic control. Both statistical data and case studies (based on interviews and Presidential documents) are brought to bear on four topics. They are: 1) the political manipulation of the economy in election years, 2) the new international electoral-economic cycle, 3) the decisive role of political leaders and parties in shaping macroeconomic outcomes, and 4) the response of the electorate to changing economic conditions. Finally, the book clarifies a central question in political economy: How can national economic policy be conducted in both a democratic and a competent fashion?
This Book was ranked 22 by Google Books for keyword economy.
Published on 2013-02-28 by RDA Press, LLC
Tax-Free Wealth is about tax planning concepts. It’s about how to use your country’s tax laws to your benefit. In this book, Tom Wheelwright will tell you how the tax laws work. And how they are designed to reduce your taxes, not to increase your taxes. Once you understand this basic principle, you no longer need to be afraid of the tax laws. They are there to help you and your business—not to hinder you. Once you understand the basic principles of tax reduction, you can begin, immediately, reducing your taxes. Eventually, you may even be able to legally eliminate your income taxes and drastically reduce your other taxes. Once you do that, you can live a life of Tax-Free Wealth.
This Book was ranked 2 by Google Books for keyword tax.
Money and Capital in Economic Development
By:"Ronald I. McKinnon"
Published on 2010-12-01 by Brookings Institution Press
This books presents a theory of economic development very different from the \
This Book was ranked 33 by Google Books for keyword money.
Comparative Tax Law
Published on 2003 by Kluwer Law International
Although the details of tax law are literally endless, differing not only from jurisdiction to jurisdiction but from day to day, shared structures and currents exist across tax systems that can be learned and understood with relative ease. This book focuses on these essential patterns. Focusing on the key differences in tax systems, Thuronyi's \
This Book was ranked 30 by Google Books for keyword tax.
California Income Tax Manual (2008)
By:"Kathleen K. Wright"
Published on 2008-02-01 by CCH
CCH's California Income Tax Manual is a comprehensive, single-source guide to income taxes for individuals, businesses, and estates and trusts in California. It provides clear, straightforward guidance on complex issues and provides numerous examples, tips and suggestions to illustrate how to apply the California income tax law to taxpayer situations. The author, Kathleen Wright, is a well-known California practitioner, CPE presenter and Professor at California State University at Fullerton. This annually-published resource is thoroughly tested and modified by classroom, CPE and consulting use feedback. The book describes and reflects new income tax developments, with an in-depth focus on the problem of conformity. California Income Tax Manual is presented in easy-to-read and easy-to-understand language and it focuses on the practical implications of the topics and concepts discussed, making it a great tool for reference, review and staff training on California income taxation. Important state tax issues, such as nexus, allocation and apportionment, and unitary group reporting (including combined reporting) all get substantial treatment in the book and special consideration is given to California rules that differ from federal rules throughout this extensive manual.
This Book was ranked 16 by Google Books for keyword tax.