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"Advances in Taxation" publishes articles facing all elements of taxation. Articles can handle tax coverage concerns on the federal, country, neighborhood, or foreign point. The sequence essentially publishes empirical stories that handle compliance, laptop utilization, schooling, felony, making plans, or coverage matters. those experiences quite often contain interdisciplinary learn that comes with theories from accounting, economics, finance, psychology, and sociology. The authors are proven leaders within the box. it really is foreign in scope. it's a really interdisciplinary sequence.

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Individuals or corporations paying dues to a non-profit organization, such as a trade association, that engages in lobbying activities are disallowed from deducting the portion of those dues allocable to lobbying activities, and lobbying expenses are presumed to be paid first from dues. If a non-profit membership organization fails to notify its members regarding the amount of their non-deductible dues, the organization itself must pay a flat 35% tax on its lobbying expenditures. This payment is the proxy tax, more commonly known as the lobby tax.

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