2 edition of Taxation and the financial policy of firms found in the catalog.
Taxation and the financial policy of firms
Canada. Economic Council.
|Statement||by Jan Bartholdy...[ et al.]|
|Series||Discussion paper ; 324|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. ;28cm.|
|Number of Pages||165|
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Method. We use VAR models to investigate the response of macroeconomic and financial variables to fiscal policy innovations. Each model is comprised of the following variables: (1) output growth (Y); (2) inflation (P); (3) the interbank interest rate (R); (4) a real government spending variable (G); (5) a real tax revenue variable (T); and (6) stock returns in excess of the risk-free rate (S).Cited by: The retention period for firms’ books and records varies.
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pay tax on dividends received, see I.R.C. § 61(a)(7), and the dividends paid are not deductible although payment of the corporate tax reduces the amount the corporation has available to distribute to shareholders.2 This “double taxation” of profits— once at the corporate level and then again.
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