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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Suranjali Tandon

The writer is assistant professor, NIPFP.

Tax system needs efficiency in case selection, consistency in assessment
Mon, Sep 07, 2020

If the commitment to a fair and impartial system and a time-bound resolution of matters is to be met, the new processes, with reviews and anonymity, must ensure efficiency in case selection and consistency in assessment.

A global solution for the digital world
Thu, Aug 06, 2020

A multilateral approach is needed to resolve concerns over digital taxes.

Challenges of levying taxes on digital services
Wed, Jun 10, 2020

As US announces investigation against countries, it may be more pragmatic to accept such levies and negotiate bilaterally.

Covid-19 pandemic has re-established primacy of government
Tue, Apr 28, 2020

Citizens ordinarily advocating for free markets are now urging the governments to open up its coffers

Budget proposals on tax slabs and dispute resolution are unlikely to gain traction
Fri, Feb 28, 2020

Loss expected from lower tax rates may be countered by gains from the settlement of cases, higher dividend taxes on top incomes, and the wider scope for taxing international incomes.

OECD’s draft report on digital taxation is a complicated compromise
Tue, Oct 29, 2019

The idea of consensus, though critical for international relations, must also be evaluated in light of the misalignment of economic interests between developing and developed countries. A good tax system is often evaluated along the axes of certainty, simplicity and neutrality.