2 edition of Cost-effectiveness of after-tax financing found in the catalog.
Cost-effectiveness of after-tax financing
Glenn P. Jenkins
Bibliography : p. [35-36]
|Statement||by Glenn P. Jenkins.|
|Series||Discussion paper -- no. 327, Discussion paper (Economic Council of Canada) -- no. 327|
|LC Classifications||HG4090 J46 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 34  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Efficiency is measured here as the ratio of the present value Cost-effectiveness of after-tax financing book the incremental loss in tax revenues incurred by the government, to.
In reality, neither of these conditions exists. The potential effectiveness of tax incentives for stimulating total investment, or even of a specific type, is greatly reduced. Two Cost-effectiveness of after-tax financing book the more popular types of after-tax financing instruments in Canada that have been designed to address this problem are flow-through shares and limited : Glenn P.
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Jenkins. In reality, neither of these conditions exists. The potential effectiveness of tax incentives Cost-effectiveness of after-tax financing book stimulating total investment, or even of a specific type, is greatly reduced.
Two of the more popular types of after-tax financing instruments in Canada that have Cost-effectiveness of after-tax financing book designed to address this problem are flow-through shares and limited partnerships.
COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF AFTER-TAX FINANCING: FLOW-THROUGH SHARES IN CANADA. By Glenn Jenkins. Abstract. This paper evaluates the efficiency of flow-through shares as an after-tax financing instrument. This instrument was designed to assist non-taxable mining and petroleum companies in benefiting from various tax incentives given to these sectors Author: Glenn Jenkins.
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