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By Thomas M Porcano

"Advances in Taxation" publishes articles facing all facets of taxation. Articles can handle tax coverage concerns on the federal, kingdom, neighborhood, or overseas point. The sequence essentially publishes empirical stories that tackle compliance, machine utilization, schooling, felony, making plans, or coverage concerns. those reviews in most cases contain interdisciplinary study that comes with theories from accounting, economics, finance, psychology, and sociology.

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Although this is not a perfect proxy, it can be argued 34 TED D. ENGLEBRECHT AND TIMOTHY O. BISPING Table 3. Who Should Pay the Payroll Tax? Who should pay the payroll tax? Panel A Need not pay if number of employees <5 Need not pay if number of employees <10 Need not pay if number of employees <15 Need not pay if number of employees <20 Need not pay if number of employees <25 Need not pay if number of employees <30 Need not pay if number of employees <35 Need not pay if number of employees <40 Need not pay if number of employees <45 Need not pay if number of employees <60 Need not pay if number of employees <80 Need not pay if number of employees <100 Everyone must pay some payroll tax Not reported Total reported Panel B Need not pay if annual revenues <20 thousand Need not pay if annual revenues <40 Need not pay if annual revenues <60 Need not pay if annual revenues <80 Need not pay if annual revenues <100 Total Arkansas Freq.

Secondly, it facilitates comparisons with other studies. Perceptions about the Payroll Tax in the ArkLaMiss Attitudes of firms regarding who should have to pay payroll taxes are presented in Table 3. Small businesses were asked their opinions on the relationship between firm size and whether or not a firm should have to pay the tax. The responses show a relatively strong sentiment against the tax in general, especially for the smallest businesses. 6% of the firms responding felt that firms with 36 TED D.

In the final section, we discuss conclusions and limitations of the study. BACKGROUND There is a wealth of published material dissecting the seven factors set forth by the Circuit Court in Winthrop. The following list does not include detailed discussions of the purpose behind each factor; most are self-explanatory. However, enough controversy surrounds the first criterion that a brief delineation is warranted. (1) The nature and purpose of the acquisition and holding of the property. This is by far the most troublesome of the tests from the taxpayer’s perspective.

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