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Derek Jarman’s Blue

Organizing your Writing

What is the film’s question?
How did the film impact you? How did you like it?
Pick one aspect of the film you liked and explain why you liked it.

Sample Solution

conomic double taxation – when tax is imposed on the same transaction, income or capital, during the same period of time (domestic double taxation) or by two or more States (international economic double taxation), but at the hands of different taxpayers; a well-known example is the distribution of dividends from the profit of a company – the latter is subject to CIT, while the shareholders are subject to personal income tax on the dividend income which is derived from the already taxed profits of the company. In such cases the profit of the company is taxed twice, however the subjects of taxation are different; b) Juridical double taxation – when comparable taxes are levied on the same taxpayer in respect of the same subject matter for identical periods, in two or more States. From my practical experience, juridical double taxation occurs almost always in cross-border situations and thus, as a result it harmful the international economic relations between the countries. Thus, taking into account the negative impact that the double taxation has for the countries, the OECD members recognised the necessity to clarify, standardise and confirm the tax situations of taxpayers that are engaged in international transactions (i.e. commerce, finance etc.) through the application by all countries of common solutions for identical cases of double taxation. The first recommendation related to the double taxation issue was published in 1955 by the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation (i.e. the predecessor of OECD), by that time being already in force double tax conventions between several countries, as well one of the first model bilateral conventions, i.e. Model Conventions of Mexico (1943) and London (1946). However, neither of these Model Conventions were fully and unanimously accepted by countries. After the Second World War, when the economic interdependence and co-operation between the countries increased due the so known globalisation process, the OECD members showed increasingly of the importance of measures to be taken for preventing the international double taxation.

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