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Bill: Taxation Reform Act

Details

Submitted by[?]: Brīvdomātājs Puse

Status[?]: debate

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Description[?]:

Article 1: The government shall set a sales tax rate of 8 percent on all luxury goods, replacing the former sales tax rate on all luxury goods of 9 percent.

Article 2: Excluding charitable donations and funds, the government shall treat the profit of churches the same as the profit of businesses; the profit of churches shall be subject to taxation.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date23:46:18, October 31, 2017 CET
FromBrīvdomātājs Puse
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageArticle 1: The government shall set a sales tax rate of 5 percent on all luxury goods, replacing the former tax rate on all luxury goods of 9 percent.

Article 2: Excluding charitable donations and funds, the government shall treat the profit of churches the same as the profit of businesses; the profit of churches shall be subject to taxation.

Date23:52:41, October 31, 2017 CET
FromNational Capitalist Dolgavan Business
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageBrīvdomātājs Puse, please do note that our Corporation Tax is 0% everywhere and a 5% luxury goods tax simply can not pay for our expenses.
-NCDP

Date23:54:00, October 31, 2017 CET
FromNational Capitalist Dolgavan Business
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageBrīvdomātājs Puse, please do note that our Corporation Tax is 0% everywhere and a 5% luxury goods tax simply can not pay for our expenses.
-NCDP

Date23:55:19, October 31, 2017 CET
FromNational Capitalist Dolgavan Business
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageOOC: Sorry, Idk why it posted it twice...

Date00:46:28, November 01, 2017 CET
FromBrīvdomātājs Puse
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageNational Capitalist Party of Dolgava, would a 7.5% luxury goods sale tax be able to pay for a majority of our expenses?
-BP

Date02:16:26, November 01, 2017 CET
FromNational Capitalist Dolgavan Business
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageBrīvdomātājs Puse, I highly doubt that 7.5% will be enough to pay for the expenses or make any significant differences to our economy. However I have been thinking of a plan to completly abolish taxation and only life of tarrifs.

Date02:18:26, November 01, 2017 CET
FromNational Capitalist Dolgavan Business
ToDebating the Taxation Reform Act
MessageOOC: live*

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