Leading national experts examine the importance of sales tax as a revenue source in the U.S. and describe key factors that will determine its role in government revenue structures of the 21st century. This book offers a timely analysis of cutting-edge issues that affect both the private and the public sector, including reform, emerging technologies, interstate dimensions, auditing techniques, federal policy and more. Policymakers, tax administrators, analysts, and business professionals will find this work of great value.
This newest volume in Praeger's National Tax Association series examines the taxation of business property. Experts from the corporate and academic world address the crucial matters of: the changing business property tax base and its impact on local government economic health; the emerging legal issues in business property taxation; uniformity as a tax policy objective; the enforcement of uniformity; issues concerning the valuation of business property; and the appropriate role of business property taxation. This volume will be of interest to tax specialists in business and government.