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With a VAT increase of this magnitude, the effective tax rate would likely rise to 5-6 per cent and government revenues would likely advance by an additional 1.
The report tracked what is called the "classification ratio," which was described as the comparison of the effective tax rates of two types of property.
The average effective tax rate for these estates is estimated to be about 4.
The effective tax rate, based on worldwide income, is then applied only to the California taxable income of the nonresident to determine the tax amount owed to California.
The effective tax rate on the income of the French CFC is 34%.
For the five-year period from 2006 to 2010, the average reported effective tax rate was 29% for Apple, 24% for Dell, 19% for Hewlett-Packard, 27% for IBM, and 27% for Microsoft.
According to one study, the effective tax rate has shrank to close to 10 percent.
The average effective tax rate of mining multinationals in Australia is 13%, according to a study by American tax economists, Douglas Shakelford and Kevin Markle, which looked at effective tax rates faced by multinational and domestic companies around the world.
Sizeable changes to the effective tax rate on private equity investment have been enacted on three occasions in the past 30 years: 1986, 1997, and 2003.
According to the company, the year-ago period included an unusually low effective tax rate of 33.
The good news is that Canada's marginal effective tax rate on capital has fallen from 28.
The average effective tax rate, which equals the amount of income taxes a business pays divided by its pretax net income (measured according to accounting rules, not tax rules), is a useful measure of actual tax burdens.
Finance Minister James Flaherty said recently, "[Canada] must establish a meaningful, marginal effective tax rate advantage .
The effective tax rate in this article is therefore an average tax rate.
This information, coupled with the defined business and tax rules, enables the strategic tax solution to compute consolidated effective tax rate, tax provision, related deferred-tax balance sheet classifications and notes to financial statements in accordance with FAS 109 and Sarbanes-Oxley regulations.
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