Tax Receipts

Some articles on tax, tax receipts:

Reaganomics - Results - Tax Revenue
... term analysis of revenue effect as percentage of GDP from tax bills enacted under Reagan Number of years after enactment Tax bill 4 ... First 2-yr avg 4-yr avg Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 -1 ... The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 resulted in a reduced tax burden on the economy (~-3% of GDP) while other tax bills had neutral or, in the case of the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of ... be however noted that the study did not examine the longer-term impact of Reagan tax policy, including sunset clauses and "the long-run, fully-phased-in effect of the tax bills" ...
History Of Hamas - January 2006—Winning The Legislative Election - Political Decisions, and Consequences On Economy
... Israel, on the other side, decided to cut transfers of the $55 million tax-receipts of the PA that it receives on the PA's behalf, since the PA did not have any access point to receive taxes ... to stop transfer of the $55 million tax-receipts to the PA, which accounts for a third of the PA's budget (two thirds of its proper budget) and insure the wages of 165,000 Palestinian civil servants (among ... economic recession, due to the Second Intifada and Israel's refusal to transfer tax receipts, to the 1929 economic crisis ...

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    Rumble thy bellyful! Spit, fire! Spout, rain!
    Nor rain, wind, thunder, fire are my daughters.
    I tax you not, you elements, with unkindness;
    I never gave you kingdom, called you children.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)