You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

24 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Ontario Tax Reduction Program
    2,665 words
    On June 8 1995 the Mike Harris Conservative government was elected to power in the Province of Ontario. Harris throughout his campaign at the time talked of tax cuts, job creation among many other promises in the overall goal of balancing the budget and making Ontario a better place to live. As such, through Harris' "Common Sense" revolution platform, he outlined how it was going to be done and what he wanted to do in order to achieve his objectives. Since Bob Rae's NDP government created an $11...
  • Departments And Agencies
    878 words
    The Need for Bureaucracies We need bureaucracies in our society today because that is how most of our nation is managed, which is through bureaucratic organizations. The reason why we have bureaucratic agencies is to build the infrastructure of the country. We have over 100 agencies that support our country. Because we have so many organizations to manage this infrastructure I will only touch on three of them. "A bureaucracy is a governmental structure of a large organization, with other small-s...
  • Economic Intervention Every Day Our Government
    471 words
    Economic Intervention Every day our government makes economic decisions that affect our country and ourselves. Some of these decisions are good and benefit our lives greatly; however, many of our government's decisions, such as where our tax money should go, are not in our best interests. The Canadian government, although it is tightening up it's measures now, has been very lax with our hard earned tax money. Things like government officials receiving unreasonable benefits, government loans bein...
  • Bush Tax
    1,314 words
    Implications of George W. Bush's Tax Cut By: Erick Everhard When George W Bush started to talk about a huge across the board tax cut in December 1, 1999 most people thought he was full of hot air. The 1.6 trillion dollar proposal was not very realistic. Sure everybody would appreciate some reprieve from Uncle Sam's relentless pick pocketing of the working man's wages, but at what cost Money doesn t grow on trees so the question of everybody's mind was, What other programs are going to be shafted...
  • Eighty Thousand Dollars Back To The Government
    810 words
    Stakeholder Society Social equality has long been a dream of many Americans. It would be wonderful to live in a society where everyone had equal or nearly equal opportunities, but the United States will never be the land of equal opportunity because it is just not going to happen because we have been socially stratified for too long to ever be equal. However, as Ackerman and Alstott propose in The Stakeholder Society, we may be able to offer Americans an equal monetary offering from the governme...
  • Government Management Bureaucracy Cost Tax Payers Money
    1,417 words
    Chad Stig all Econ 100 11/26/96 Economic Policy The new economic policy of the united states should include cutting taxes, reducing governmental waste, and balance the budget by having a smaller more efficient federal government. It should include equal opportunity for financial security but not through a government sponsored redistribution of wealth program. Cutting taxes across the board including income tax rates, capital gains and estate taxes among others should provide a growth spurt for t...
  • Income Tax Changes Johns Preference
    3,071 words
    Index: I. Introduction 2 II. Introducing the problem 2 . Income vs. Consumption Tax 3 IV. A just tax base? 5 V. Liber utopia 6 VI. Conclusion 8 VII. References 9 Table of Figures: Figure 1: Consumption vs. income tax 3 Figure 2: Floating money and deposit money 4 I. Introduction In the debate of just taxation an argument came up, which insisted that any tax that distorts individual preferences should be considered as unjust. This argument is known as the "fairness-to- savers-argument". The inten...
  • Bush's Tax Plan
    759 words
    Fiscal Policy in The U.S. "Real plans for real people". This was the coined theme for the Bush campaign back in September. As far as I can see with his tax cut plan in doesn't involve "real people". It may just depend on your definition of the term, but the "real people" of America are the middle class, hard working families. Bush's tax plan is now said to be $1.6 trillion over a ten year period of time. Most of this money will go to the upper brackets, the "better off". Granted they do pay the ...
  • Nation's Money Supply And Help Credit
    380 words
    Monetary and Fiscal Policy Monetary policy is the plan to expand or contract the money supply in order to influence the cost and availability of credit. Fiscal policy is another tool for the government basically spending and taxing, or borrowing money. Throughout this essay I will be writing about these two policies. I will be basically comparing and contrasting them. Monetary policy is more along the lines to help the nation's money supply and help credit so the economy can gain certain things....
  • Corporate Taxes
    774 words
    The Economy: What is wrong with the economy? - A terrible loss of jobs, over 2 million jobs have been lost. However I would like to state it isn't just one person's fault. - The complete and utter desolation of the tech industry... we all know about the dot com bust and how many problems that caused. - Also September 11th didn't help too much. The terrorist's defiantly achieved their objectives in really messing up our way of life. While the wealthy are becoming richer and the number of milliona...
  • Fiscal And Environmental Tax Revenue
    1,183 words
    Do you reconcile the introduction of environmental-based tax rate differentiation as well as new environmental taxes with the traditional objectives of fiscal reform: tax simplification, fiscal neutrality (not affecting behavior) A 1. This has to be done very carefully, as introducing new taxes that are related to the environment, can dramatically affect peoples behavior. If you levy new taxes on vehicles that produce high amount of pollution, like Sport Utility vehicles people are no longer goi...
  • Money Back To The People
    868 words
    Due to outstanding economic times we now face a federal budget surplus. This surplus is the first one since the mid sixties. Before now we have been in a federal deficit. Because our good situation we are face with a tough decision; what do we do with the extra money. Some people think we should put the money in government programs others think we should give it back to the people who gave the government the money. Giving the money back to the taxpayers appears to be the most logical thing to do...
  • Repeal Of The Federal Estate Taxes
    1,078 words
    Estate Tax Repeal On June 9, 2000,279 members of the House of Representatives wholeheartedly supported the repeal of the federal estate taxes. 136 members voted against the repeal, most of them being Democrats who where in support of reform, not abolition. Estate taxes yield roughly $30 billion dollars a year for the United States Government, also Federal estate taxes affect only about 2 percent of estates, which represents at most the top 5th percentile of families in this country (NYT-Krugman-...
  • Limit Number Of Children In Families
    396 words
    Phan, Christine Per. 6, 4/3/01 Essay India Essay In ways to limit the growth population the government of India has come up with a few intentions. India is changing and is one of the two countries with populations over one billion. The government will incorporate actions consisting of "Money given to those who limit number of children in families."The Children needs and funds with a great amount of responsibility."Benefits on tax given on limiting children". These actions will expectantly motiva...
  • Tax On The Other 15000 Dollars
    502 words
    Gift Tax One of the taxes that we went over in class was gift taxes. This is a tax that is implied when property, personal items, or money with a value of over 10,000 dollars is given from one person to another. There are a few exceptions to this law such as giving to non-prop hit organizations or the donation is going towards an education or tuition. I feel that this is a good tax to have because it will keep greedy people from transferring their money around to evade paying taxes on it. Gift t...
  • Jobs To The Citizens Of America
    1,127 words
    Productivity in the U.S. and What the Government Must Do John sits at home each night with his wife and two children and watches the news. He listens as experts on the economy tell him that the economy is growing and that the GDP is growing. He wonders how this can be, because he lost his job months ago and has not been able to find work since. Has the very country that John lives in moved on and left him behind? This is the question that many Americans are asking themselves, and many more will ...
  • Two Extra Days Till April
    490 words
    Economics 004 April 10, 2000"The rush is on for last-minute filers" April showers bring may flowers, but on April 15th not one American is thinking of spring. Tax day, one of the only two events in life that will not excuse anyone, is right around the corner. If you have procrastinated in your efforts to give the government even more of your money, don't worry your not alone. A good percentage of persons haven't filed yet. Although the tax deadline of filing your 1040 is April 15th, this year th...
  • Economic Equality Through Government Intervention
    731 words
    A.) Profit Sharing Arrangements in Industry By creating profit sharing arrangements in the Industry, Fidel Castro is demonstrating governing Cuba in a communist way. This is because communism supports economic equality; and sharing profits is an example of this. B.) Creation of More Agricultural Jobs Castro created more agricultural jobs, so that more people would be employed. Before him, there was a great unemployment problem in Cuba. He strongly supported economic equality and wanted the farme...
  • Boxes Upon Boxes Of Tea The Colonists
    620 words
    After 1760 many American colonists were concerned with the actions taken by Great Britain. Due to problems with the colonists and the economy Great Britain issues laws and taxes such as the Stamp Tax, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts. Americans showed strong resentment to British rule and finally fought against it. Protests and action taken against the British government eventually led to the American Revolution in 1774. American colonists did not stand for unfair treatment and they showed ...
  • Thirty One Percent In Favor Of Tax
    1,083 words
    Taxes have always been a hotly debated policy, but have been receiving more attention recently with the new Bush administration. This attention has spurred new thought and consideration of the issue. It seems that people vary in their reasons for supporting tax cuts, but also generally believe that taxes should be low and paid for by the wealthy. Ideas of limited government, equality of opportunity, and individualism influence Americans' beliefs regarding taxes; because of these beliefs, most Am...

24 results found, view free essays on page: