A new report from the World Bank, IFC, and PwC finds that governments continue to reform their tax systems despite global economic uncertainty, with 31 economies having taken steps from June last year through May 2012 to make it easier and cost less for small and medium businesses to pay taxes.
Released today, the Paying Taxes 2013 study looks at tax regimes in 185 economies and finds that the most common tax reform is the introduction or improvement of online systems for tax compliance, which occurred in 16 economies.
Data for Barbados and Malta were published in the study for the first time. Time to comply for Central Asia & Eastern Europe dips below the world average for the first time. Econometric analysis of Paying Taxes data shows that economies with a ...
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