Legal Entities

Some articles on legal entities, legal:

Taxation In Kazakhstan - Types of Taxes
... corporate income tax rate amounts to 20% in 2010, both for resident legal entities and non-resident legal entities operating in Kazakhstan through a ... Social tax The social tax rate is paid by legal entities and amounts to 11% of salaries and in-kind benefits of employees ... paid on the net income after corporate income tax of permanent establishments of foreign legal entities operating in Kazakhstan ...
Mercosur - Reciprocal Promotion and Protection - Investors
... for legislation prevailing in such territory Legal entities organized pursuant to the legislation of one of the member nations that are headquartered there and Legal entities ...
Citizens United V. Federal Election Commission - Opinions of The Court - Dissent
... that the unique qualities of corporations and other artificial legal entities made them dangerous to democratic elections ... These legal entities, he argued, have perpetual life, the ability to amass large sums of money, limited liability, no ability to vote, no morality, no purpose outside of profit-making, and no loyalty ... Legal entities, Stevens wrote, are not "We the People" for whom our Constitution was established ...
Tax Avoidance - Methods - Legal Entities
... personal taxation may be legally avoided by the creation of a separate legal entity to which one's property is donated ... The separate legal entity is often a company, trust, or foundation ... may be realized, or income earned, within this legal entity rather than earned by the original owner ...

Famous quotes containing the words entities and/or legal:

    Experimental work provides the strongest evidence for scientific realism. This is not because we test hypotheses about entities. It is because entities that in principle cannot be ‘observed’ are manipulated to produce a new phenomena
    [sic] and to investigate other aspects of nature.
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    If he who breaks the law is not punished, he who obeys it is cheated. This, and this alone, is why lawbreakers ought to be punished: to authenticate as good, and to encourage as useful, law-abiding behavior. The aim of criminal law cannot be correction or deterrence; it can only be the maintenance of the legal order.
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