alexa The Effect of Poor Implementation of Tax Policies on Developing Economies. A study of Nigerian Economy, (1999-2010).

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The Effect of Poor Implementation of Tax Policies on Developing Economies. A study of Nigerian Economy, (1999-2010).

A tax policy represents key resource allocator between the public and private sectors in a country. It is usually imposed on individuals and entity that make up a country. The funds provided by tax are used by the states to support certain state obligations such as education systems, health care systems, pensions for the elderly, unemployment benefits, and public transportation. A nation’s tax system is often a reflection of its communal values or the values of those in power. To create a system of taxation, a nation must make choices regarding the distribution of the tax burden, who will pay taxes, how much they will pay and how the taxes collected will be spent.

 
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