tax added at each manufacturing stage a tax added at each stage in the manufacture of a product.
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- See also VAT
accounting metrics that managers can influence. Consider instead output, on an annual basis, as operating profit after tax, with certain adjustments for intangible and other long-term investments and other accounting anomalies, and input as the annual rental charge on the total capital employed, both debt and equity
By Erik Stern
Austria’s open economy started to slow down in 2008. The government introduced a generous stimulus package, consisting mostly of lasting tax cuts, in order to offset the downturn and this has led to government deficits and a rise in public debt. The Austrian banking system was strongly exposed to central, eastern, and southeastern Europe and the authorities implemented a large banking stabilization package, including public capital injections and guarantees.
Whether the face and market values of dividends differ is a much debated question among finance academics, but there is plenty of evidence that they do. One reason for the difference is taxation. If the company gives you a dollar of dividends and then the government takes away $0.25 in tax, you
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A tax environment that allows for the deduction of interest charges, but not the deduction of dividends, results in an optimal capital structure for a company. The optimal structure results in a lower weighted cost of capital (WCOC) for reasons examined in the article, Capital Structure
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