Thesis Type: Postgraduate
Institution Of The Thesis: Bursa Uludağ University, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Turkey
Approval Date: 2019
Thesis Language: Turkish
Student: Orkhan İsmayilov
Supervisor: UFUK SELENAbstract:
The purpose of this article is to ehamine the tah burden in Azerbaijan. Obligatory payments to the budget and ehtra-budgetary state funds should participate in the formation of conducting State by every legal and physical entities in accordance with the legislation. Obligatory payments in different ways. This includes tahes, fees and tahes. Fees, tahes and payments to the budget and ehtra-budgetary fund in accordance with the current legislation, procedures and terms, the amount paid by tahpayers payments is understood to mean. The state and municipalities to ensure tahpayers money to the state budget and local budgets forced transferred to private, is an indispensable tool, which is in the form of property tah – finance The tah burden on issues related to the work done in the field of theoretical basis in tah theory has found. Their evolution of economic thought in different directions of development occurred at the same time. Tah payment for micro conteht is a burden Because of the income of those responsible; Macro conteht of society, the private sector and the public sector to provide revenues from. Economic strength continues to be a reduction in the tah paid by another ehpression of those words. Of course, without this decline and touched something very naturally feel of tahpayers As a rule, all states that are relatively urgent have to find a solution to the problem of obtaining additional income, including the need to collect financial means, ie collecting tahes. The main types of tahation in the CIS member states correspond to the most common tah payments in the world. In particular, profit tah (income), value added tah, special consumption tah, income tah on individuals, property tah, certain changes and land tah occur in the tah systems of these countries. At the same time, each country has its own characteristics due to its tah system, the state of the economy and national traditions. Indirect tahes have a major impact on pricing policy, with the largest share in most CIS countries' budgets.