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Russian flat tax reform

Anna Ivanova

Russian flat tax reform

by Anna Ivanova

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Published by International Monetary Fund, Fiscal Affairs Dept. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flat-rate income tax -- Russia (Federation),
  • Tax evasion -- Russia (Federation)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Anna Ivanova, Michael Keen, and Alexander Klemm.
    SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/05/16
    ContributionsKeen, Michael., Klemm, Alexander., International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20092437M

    Downloadable! Tax reforms are often motivated by their potential to improve economic performance. However, their actual impacts are difficult to quantify. We analyze the impact of flat tax reform on Cited by:   On Decem , in his annual end-of-year press conference, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that despite his “many doubts” at the initial stage of introducing a flat percent .

      The corporate profit tax rate is 20 percent, and, in taxation of personal income, Russian residents enjoy a record low 13 percent flat tax rate for all income brackets. In , before Putin first .   Putin Announces New Flat Rate Tax. Looks like Russian President Vladimir Putin is keeping his word on market reform. Putin announced Monday the signing of a new tax code for a flat .

      On January 1, , Russia introduced what has frequently been called a "flat tax." In this report, we examine the limited research and information available on the effects of Russias personal . Effects of Flat Tax Reforms in Western Europe on Income Distribution and Work Incentives* The flat income tax has become increasingly popular recently, yet its implementation is limited to Eastern .


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Understanding its effects is far from simple, however, given not Cited by: The Russian Flat Tax Reform. This 'flat tax' experience has attracted much attention (and emulation), making it perhaps the most important tax reform of recent years.

Major other changes. Russia dramatically reduced its higher rates of personal income tax (PIT) in establishing a single marginal rate at the low level of 13 percent. In the following year, real revenue from the PIT actually Cited by: 2.

Five years ago, Russia replaced its old graduated personal income tax by one with a single flat rate of 13 percent. Following the reform, compliance im- proved, tax revenues shot up, and GDP grew.

Russia dramatically reduced its higher rates of personal income tax (PIT) in establishing a single marginal rate at the low level of 13 percent. In the following year, real revenue from the PIT actually.

During a state visit inPresident Bush said, "I am impressed by the fact that [Putin] has instituted tax reform -- a flat tax. And as he pointed out to me, it is one of the lowest tax rates. Abstract. In the years and the Russian parliament passed tax laws which revolutionised the tax system.

The laws on both direct and indirect taxes were substantially altered—with the result that Cited by: 5. Evidence from the Russian Tax Reform* We exploit the exogenous change in marginal tax rates created by the Russian flat tax reform of to identify the effect of taxes on labor supply of males and females.

The Russian Flat Tax Reform Prepared by Anna Ivanova, Michael Keen, and Alexander Klemm1 January Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF. The. The Russian flat tax reform.

Anna Ivanova, Michael Keen and Alexander Klemm. External publication 31 Jan Share. Russia dramatically reduced its higher rates of personal income tax Cited by: The object of the tax reform was to simplify the tax code and reduce the tax burden on the Russian people.

Among the tax reform measures is a 13% flat tax on personal income, which replaces the. and Poland.3 More recently, the 'flat tax' has come to feature prominently in policy debates in Western Europe and the United States.4 The Russian reform has thus come to be extraordinarily influential.

The Tax Reform Revolution: "The Four Approaches to Tax Reform-Flat, USA, National Sales, and Value-Added-All Are Variations on the Same Theme. All Would Shift the Base of Federal. The Russian Tax Code (Russian: Налоговый кодекс Российской Федерации) is the primary tax law for the Russian Code was created, adopted and implemented in three stages.

The first. The E ect of Taxation on Informal Employment: Evidence from the Russian Flat Tax Reform Fabi an Slonimczyky June 1, Abstract The Russian tax reform reduced average tax rates for the. It was only after Vladimir Putin became president in that order was brought into taxation in Russia, with the great tax reform and the gradual adoption of the Russian Tax Code Part II.

A look at flat tax and the implications. A brief summary of tax reform proposals. The problem of debt. Value-added tax (VAT), a look at this interesting consumption tax.

/5(54). Demythologizing the Russian Flat Tax Clifford G. Gaddy and William G. Gale Monday, Ma it looks more like the changes enacted in the United States in the Tax Reform Act.

The Russian experience confirms -- again -- that tax revenues rise under a flat tax. In addition to one low rate, Russia's flat tax is much less biased against savings and investment.

“It was a way of signaling a commitment to the free market,” said Michael Keen, an International Monetary Fund senior researcher who contributed to a study of Russia’s flat-tax .More recently, the ‘flat tax’ has come to feature prominently in policy debates in Western Europe and the United States.

4 The Russian reform has thus come to be extraordinarily influential, making it .The Flat Tax: An Analysis of America’s Most Controversial Tax Reform Idea, Lane B. Teller INTRODUCTION The federal tax system exhibits a level of complexity so great that a call for reform .