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Bangladesh vat first introduce by M saifur Rahman on 1991 July 01 Definition of 'Value-Added Tax - VAT'
A type of consumption tax that is placed on a product whenever value is added at a stage of production and at final sale. Value-added tax (VAT) is most often used in Eurepion union. The amount of value-added tax that the user pays is the cost of the product, less any of the costs of materials used in the product that have already been taxed. For example when a television is built by a company in Europe the manufacturer is charged a value-added tax on all of the supplies they purchase for producing the television. Once the television reaches the shelf, the consumer who purchases it must pay the value-added tax that applies to him or her.
A value added tax (VAT) is a form of consumption tax. From the perspective of the buyer, it is a tax on the purchase price. From that of the seller, it is a tax only on the value added to a product, material, or service, from an accounting point of view, by this stage of its manufacture or distribution. The manufacturer remits to the government the difference between these two amounts, and retains the rest for themselves to offset the taxes they had previously paid on the inputs.
The purpose of VAT is to generate tax revenues to the government similar to the corporate income tax or the personal income tax.
The value added to a product by or with a business is the sale price charged to its customer, minus the cost of materials and other taxable inputs. A VAT is like a sales tax in that ultimately only the end consumer is taxed. It differs from the sales tax in that, with the latter, the tax is collected and remitted to the government only once, at the point of purchase by the end consumer. With the VAT, collections, remittances to the government, and credits for taxes already paid occur each time a business in the supply…...

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...Part 4: Compensating Human Resources Chapter 11: Variable Pay and Executive Compensation Prepared by Linda Eligh, University of Western Ontario Copyright © 2008 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. 11–1 Learning Objectives After you have read this chapter, you should be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Define variable pay and identify three elements of successful pay-for-performance plans. Discuss three types of individual incentives. Explain three ways that sales employees are typically compensated. Identify key concerns that must be addressed when designing group/team variable pay plans. Discuss why profit sharing and employee stock ownership are common organizational incentive plans. Identify the components of executive compensation and discuss criticisms of executive compensation levels. Copyright © 2008 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. 11–2 Variable Pay: Incentives for Performance • Variable Pay  Compensation linked to individual, group/team, and/or organizational performance. • Basic assumptions:  Some jobs contribute more to organizational success than others.  Some people perform better and are more productive than others.  Employees who perform better should receive more compensation.  Some of employees’ total compensation should be tied directly to performance. Copyright © 2008 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. 11–3 Developing Successful Pay-for-Performance Plans • Reasons for Adopting...

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