3 edition of The principle of equality in European taxation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Gerard T.K. Meussen.|
|Series||Eucotax series on European taxation -- v. 2, Eucotax series on European taxation -- 2.|
|Contributions||Meussen, Gerard Theodora Karel, 1957-.|
|LC Classifications||KJC7105 .P75 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 279 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||279|
|ISBN 10||9041196935, 904119679X|
|LC Control Number||99016460|
title = "Legal Protection against Discriminatory Tax Legislation: The Struggle for Equality in European Tax Law,", abstract = "The focus of the contribution by Gribnau is the relationship between increasingly complex tax legislation and the principle of by: 2. The equality jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union has long drawn criticism for its almost total reliance on Aristotle’s doctrine that likes should be treated like, and unlikes unlike. As has often been shown, this is a blunt tool, entrenching assumptions and promoting difference-blindness: the symptoms of : Richard Lang.
principle enshrined in European Law which seeks to achieve equality between nationals and non-nationals. Equality is also a feature of the tax systems of the Member States. At national level, it is often treated synonymously with the ability to pay. This principle of economic. treated equally by the net tax system1. Out of these two redistributive principles, it is that of HE which has generally received the least attention in the literature. Some have argued that this is because HE is the less controversial of the two principles: "Perhaps the most widely accepted principle of equity in taxation is.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for EUCOTAX Series on European Taxation Series Set: The Principle of Equality in European Taxation by Gerard T. K. Meussen (, Hardcover, New Edition) at the best online prices . The Principle of Equality in European Taxation, pp. 11 et seq. “ The subjects of every state ought to contribute towards the support of the government, as nearly as possible, in proportion to their respective abilities; that is, in proportion to the revenue.
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The principles of equality and non-discrimination are a cornerstone of constitutional law and of international and European human rights law, and there is increasing recognition of the fact that any system of taxation must comply with them. This book examines how these principles influence the tax regimes of eight European : Gerard TK Meussen.
The principles of equality and non-discrimination are a cornerstone of constitutional law and of international and European human rights law, and there is increasing recognition of the fact that any system of taxation must comply with them. This book examines how these principles influence the tax regimes of eight European jurisdictions.
The principle of equality in European taxation. The impact of the equality and non-discrimination principles on tax law and policy, with particular reference to their application in national courts and the European Court of Human Rights is examined in eight European countries by several authors.
This book provides a comprehensive and updated legal analysis of the equality principle in EU law. To this end, it argues for a broad definition of the principle, which includes not only its inter-individual dimension, but also the equality of the Member States before the EU Treaties.
The Principle of Equality in European Taxation The principle of proportionality 47 5. Conclusion 49 3. Belgium 51 Stefaan van Crombrugge 1.
Introduction 51 2. The influence of Artide 14 of thè ECHR and Artide 26 of thè ICCPR on Belgian law 53 3. The determination of categories of persons 54 The introduction of a specific tax The Principle of Equality in EU Law.
Lucia Serena Rossi † Federico Casolari Editors The Principle of Equality book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication. Neither the publisher nor the dimensions of the principle of equality in the European Union (EU).
In all demo. Synopsis. The principles of equality and non-discrimination are a cornerstone of constitutional law and of international and European human rights law, and there is increasing recognition of the fact that any system of taxation must comply with them. This book examines how these principles influence the tax regimes of eight European jurisdictions.
The principle of equality in the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union The main rules on non-discrimination in the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union (hereaf-ter: TFEU) can be found in part two of the treaty.
The principle of equality can also be found in the four freedoms the treaty guaranties to citizens of the union5. Legislation in any of the member states. Assuming that marginal utility of income falls, the principle of equality of marginal sacrifice implies very high marginal rates of taxation.
Indeed, in the extreme this principle can be used to recommend per cent rate of tax on the people in highest income bracket in the society. In the literature one finds a lot of material relating to principles of justice: the principle of equality, the maximizing principle of Utilitarianism, the Pareto principle, the difference/maximin principle of Rawls etc.
(Rawls ; see von der Pfordtenp. ff.). Usually the problem is this, many theories of social justice mainly pay. T1 - "Protection of European taxpayers by the principle of equality" AU - Gribnau, J.L.M. AU - Saddiki, J. N1 - Pagination: PY - Y1 - N2 - In general, the formal definition of the principle of equality is basically the same in the countries compared in this : J.L.M.
Gribnau, J. Saddiki. the Principle of Equality in taxation. I was happily to hear, in the first place that I could participate in this project and secondly that I could write about my preferred sub-theme namely: the Principle of Equality and Special Income Tax Regimes for Individuals.
avoidance and tax evasion and to ensure the fairness of taxation systems. Making the internal market function better The European internal market, also referred to as the single market, allows people and businesses to move and trade freely across the nation group.
However, the co-existence of different tax systems still makes lifeFile Size: KB. Taxation - Taxation - Principles of taxation: The 18th-century economist and philosopher Adam Smith attempted to systematize the rules that should govern a rational system of taxation.
In The Wealth of Nations (Book V, chapter 2) he set down four general canons: Although they need to be reinterpreted from time to time, these principles retain remarkable relevance.
Given this weight of constitutional principle, it is really not surprising to the UK tax lawyer that there is no principle of equality in taxation. What is really surprising is that such a principle exists in other European countries.
It is only in reading other Chapters in this book that the United Kingdom tax lawyer. Canons/Principles of Taxation By Adam Smith: Adam smith, the father of modem political economy, has laid down four principles or cannons of taxation in his famous book "Wealth of Nations".
These principles are still considered to be the starting point of sound public finance. The principle of non-discrimination plays a vital role in international and European tax law. This dissertation analyses the interpretation given to that principle in tax treaty practice and in the direct tax case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) on the fundamental : Niels Bammens.
3 PRINCIPLES OF TAXATION In Chapter 2 of Book V, Smith develops four principles of fair taxation, namely- 1. The subjects of every state ought to contribute towards the taxation principles and/or the “just” taxation system and that at no time there were any unanimously agreed sets of principles.
This should be borne. This is because the amount of tax should be in proportion to the abilities of the taxpayer.
It is one of the fundamental concepts to bring social equality in the country. The canon of equality states that there should be justice, in the form of equality, when it comes to paying taxes.
The research is divided into two parts, the first one analyzing the relation between equality and sovereignty and the second addressing the way the principle of equality among Member States relates to the principles of sincere cooperation, national identity and solidarity that, as we will see, influence the idea of equality by: 3.
Due to the inconsistencies in the benefit principle, the ability to pay principle forms a better alternative for equity in taxation.
The principle suggests that the ability to pay should form basis of taxation to maintain fairness. This means that citizens who earn more should pay more taxes than their counterparts in lower income cadres.The Court underlines the significance of the principle of equality for fair tax legislation.
After all, each violation of the principle of equality damages the quality of the tax system."The principle of non-discrimination plays a vital role in international and European tax law. This dissertation analyses the interpretation given to that principle in tax treaty practice and in the direct tax case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) on the fundamental freedoms.
The objective of this analysis is twofold: to give a clear and thorough overview of .