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This information note presents the findings of a survey conducted among revenue bodies in the FTA on cost-reduction targets; strategies and frameworks for managing cost-reduction; and specific measures to achieve savings or effectiveness gains without leading to increased costs or burdens for taxpayers. The note further includes a chapter on the challenges related to the planning and execution of large-scale cost-reduction programmes.
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Status of convention 19 JAN 2012.pdf
This publication provides preliminary, quantitative estimates of direct budgetary support and tax expenditures supporting the production or consumption of fossil fuels in selected OECD member countries. The information has been compiled as part of the OECD’s programme of work to develop a better understanding of environmentally harmful subsidies (EHS). It has been undertaken as an exercise in transparency, and to inform the international dialogue on fossil-fuel subsidy reform. It is also intended to inform the ongoing efforts of G20 nations to reform fossil-fuel subsidies.
For each of the 24 OECD countries covered, the Inventory provides a succinct summary of its energy economy, and of the budgetary and tax-related measures provided at the central-government level (and, in the case of federal countries, for selected sub-national units of government) relating to fossil-fuel production or consumption.
Many measures listed in this inventory are relative preferences within a particular country’s tax system rather than absolute support that can be readily compared across countries, and for that reason no national totals are provided.
Uruguay has signed 7 new agreements providing for the exchange of tax information, showing its willingness to implement the global standards.
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MANUAL PUESTA EN PRÁCTICA (2).pdf
Addressing growing inequalities is now at the centre of the political debate and all countries are taking different actions to address it. The 4th ITD Global Conferenceon ‘Tax and Inequality’ held in New Delhi, India on 7 – 9 December 2011 discussed the role of taxation in reducing inequalities in income and wealth and tried to identify which policies have failed and which could play a greater role in reducing inequalities in the
Social media technology and tax administration (Les médias sociaux et l’administration de l’impôt), rapport du Centre de Politique fiscale de l’OCDE, décrit les avantages et les risques inhérents à l’utilisation systématique du Web 2.0.
L'OCDE a publié des statistiques sur la PA dans tous les pays-membres et dans certains pays Partenaires pour la période 2011.
Faisant face à des déficits sans précédent, les pays de l’OCDE reconnaissent le rôle joué par les impôts dans le processus d’assainissement budgétaire. La plupart des pays ont stabilisé le rapport impôts/PIB, dont le niveau moyen a légèrement augmenté, de 33.8 % en 2009 à 33.9 % en 2010.
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website module 4 ATC manual.pdf