By Robert W. McGee JD, PhD, CPA, CMA, CIA, CBA (auth.)
Most public finance books are texts, that are aimed toward undergraduate or graduate scholars. they're overly technical in nature and attraction basically to a slim variety of bureaucrats and lecturers. Books on taxation are written for tax practitioners and typically emphasize both what the legislations is or find out how to maneuver throughout the labyrinth of tax legislation to reduce taxes for consumers. Philosophy books on taxation or public finance easily don't exist.
The Philosophy of Taxation and Public Finance is assorted. it really is written in nontechnical language and is aimed to attract quite a lot of readers, together with practitioners, teachers and scholars within the fields of taxation, public finance, economics, legislation, philosophy and political technology in addition to common readers who're attracted to studying why they're being taxed the way in which they're. the writer addresses the most important matters and themes in taxation and public finance and injects them with philosophical insights. He discusses questions such as:
-What arguments were used to justify taxation?
-When is tax evasion unethical?
-Are a few taxes higher than others?
-What are the correct features of presidency?
-How a lot is sufficient? Is the power to pay idea legitimate?
-When can punitive taxes be justified?
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If they die before they collect, their heirs get noth ing. And even if they do collect a monthly check, the amount they receive is generally less than what they would receive if they had made equal contributions to a private pension fund. For more on this point, see Peter 1. Ferrara , Social Security: The Inherent Contradiction (1980); Social Security: Prospects for Rea! Reform (Peter J. Ferrara ed. 1985). 2 (Fall, 1983) of The Cato Journal is also devoted to this topic. The Cato Inst itute is conducting a major study of Social Security.
Could it be argued that it is the tax collectors rather than the tax evaders who are the sinners or thieves since it is they who are taking property that does not belong to them? If a robber wants to raise $1,000 and forces you and your friends to empty your pockets, is it unethical not to tell the thief that you have $20 in your shoe, even if the failure to declare the $20 results in having your friends pay a larger share, because you are paying less? Is the argument any different when the robber is government?
1997; Robert G. Ingersoll, Some Mistakes of Moses, Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1986; Charles Templeton, Farewell to God: My reasons for rejecting the Christian faith, Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1996; Joseph Lewis, The Bible Unmasked, New York : The Freethought Press Association, 1926; Dan Barker, Losing Faith in Faith : From Preacher to Atheist, Madison, WI: Freedom from Religion Foundation, 1992. orglorg/ffrfl] .. For an author who takes an opposite view, that God really did write the Bible, see John W.
The Philosophy of Taxation and Public Finance by Robert W. McGee JD, PhD, CPA, CMA, CIA, CBA (auth.)