3 edition of Using micro-data to assess average tax rates. found in the catalog.
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris
Written in English
|Series||OECD tax policy studies -- no. 8|
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Committee on Fiscal Affairs. Working Party No. 2 on Tax Analysis and Tax Statistics.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2305 .C574 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2003380454|
This is despite it still being economically advantageous for these borrows to refinance. In measuring the economic incidence of this tax, I show that, on average, this same tax change decreases initial mortgage interest rates by 2 basis points and increases loan-to-purchase price ratios by percentage points. Using U.S. tax return micro data from to , we estimate that, on average, the mortgage interest deduction and the charitable contributions deduction decreased the ability of the tax system to absorb fluctuations in aggregate consumption by an average of percent and percent, respectively.
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Get this from a library. Using micro-data to assess average tax rates. [W Steven Clark; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Committee on Fiscal Affairs. Working Party No. 2 on Tax Analysis and Tax Statistics.] -- This study considers advantages of relying on micro-data to assess average tax rates on labour, capital and transfer income. This study considers advantages of relying on micro-data to assess average tax rates on labour, capital and transfer income and presents some illustrative results.
The analysis emphases the importance of matching taxpayer-level information to income flows, and notes difficulties in interpreting tax rates that average over all taxpayers. Get this from a library. Using micro-data to assess average tax rates. [W Steven Clark; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Committee on Fiscal Affairs. Working Party No. 2 on Tax Analysis and Tax Statistics.] -- This study considers advantages of relying on micro-data to assess average tax rates on labour, capital and transfer income and presents some illustrative results.
Downloadable. Measuring effective tax rates using tax revenue data is attractive, given that revenues collected capture the net effect of tax provisions and taxpayer behaviour that are difficult to model.
Yet reliance on aggregate tax and income data requires restrictive assumptions and significantly limits the scope of analysis.
This paper considers advantages of relying on micro-data. Using Micro-Data to Assess Average Tax Rates; Book; English; 23 May OECD Pages: 48 This study considers advantages of relying on micro-data to assess average tax rates on labour, capital and transfer income and presents some illustrative results.
Less Also available in French. Click to download PDF - KB PDF. Using Micro-Data to Assess Average Tax Rates. Published: 27 May This study considers advantages of relying on micro-data to assess average tax rates on labour, capital and transfer income and presents some illustrative results.
This paper considers advantages of relying on micro-data gathered from tax returns to assess average tax rates on labour, capital and transfer income and presents some illustrative results. Using micro-data to assess average. tax rates.
CESifo W Global Economy book. Volume 2. – We analyse the impact of harmonising corporate tax rates in Europe on incentives to. Using Micro-Data to Assess Average Tax Rates, (). Workfare and Trade Unions: Labor Market Repercussions of Welfare Reform,Author: Christopher Heady.
An exploration with micro data, in: Journal of Public Econom S. 53– CrossRef Google Scholar Clark, A. (), Using micro-data to assess average tax rates, CESifo Working Paper: Clemens Fuest, Johannes Becker. Using Micro-Data to Assess Average Tax Rates, we consider only one investment, which is a weighted average of different assets and sources of finance.
We do not compute effective tax rates for each type of asset and then find a weighted average of : Michael P. Devereux and Alexander Klemm. Steven Clark, "Using Micro-Data to Assess Average Tax Rates," CESifo Working Paper SeriesCESifo Group Munich. Johannes Becker & Clemens Fuest, "A Backward Looking Measure of the Effective Marginal Tax Burden on Investment," CESifo Working Paper SeriesCESifo Group Munich.
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Calibrated government and household preferences Our baseline calibrations assumes that the government is poverty minimizing, and there-File Size: 1MB. Abstract: While a substantial literature has examined the causes of mortgage foreclosure, there has been relatively little work on the consequences of foreclosure for the borrowers themselves.
Using a large sample of anonymous credit bureau records, observed quarterly from Q1 through Q1, we examine the credit experiences of almostborrowers before and after their mortgage.
In the end, this literature produced negative results and demonstrated the importance of using micro data as the building block of an empirically based economic science.
It provided a major moti- vation for the collection and analysis of microeconomic data. Another motivation was. tax changes. Studies using time series variation within a country nd mixed results (see e.g. Brittain,Hamermesh,Holmlund ). Studies using micro-data and payroll tax reforms have found incidence of employer payroll taxes shifted to employees (see Gruber We examine how marginal and average tax rates vary by the size of business using four different measures of the size: net income, gross receipts, business value, and number of employees.
The analysis also uses the long-time series of SCF cross-sections to examine how tax rates for business owners have evolved over the various changes in tax.
Using the rules of each tax rate, tax credit, and grant in the database,Bartik() uses a simulation model to predict the level of tax incentives a rm would receive in a certain city, given the rm’s balance sheet. In terms of state corporate tax rates and tax base provisions,Su arez Serrato and Zidar() also use a rules-based Size: KB.
Introduction. The price sensitivity of business investment spending is a central element in economic analysis. A substantial response of capital spending to its user cost, which combines interest, tax, and depreciation rates with relative prices, is critical in controversies about the impact of fiscal policy, the transmission of monetary policy, and the performance of business-cycle by:.
average tax rate of group is lower than (this happens when ℓ=, where the effective tax rate is ). Although these simulations are only an illustration of the previous theoretical developments, we understand that this may be a reasonable limit for the average tax rate of that group.Notes: ρ is the correlation coefficient between each financial statement measure and the tax-return measure of the average tax rate.
The βs were estimated from variants of the following equation of financial statement estimates of tax rates (τ financial) and tax return-based tax rates (τ tax): τ financial =β 0 +β 1 τ tax + ∑ i=2 N β i X i.
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