Taxes and Taxation Trends
by Jolanta Iwin-Garzynska
Publisher: InTech 2018
Number of pages: 236
Taxes will always introduce risks and uncertainties in business, due to the high volatility and uncertainty of tax law. Moreover, being a category that affects the economic growth, they cause disturbances in stability and welfare of the state. Therefore, while considering the essence of taxes in a country, one should not consider this category in isolation from corporate finance and social welfare.
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