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Tax certificate - financial alternative of strategical taxation development on local level

Journal: Herald of the Economic Sciences of Ukraine (Vol.30, No. 1)

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Page : 78-84

Keywords : property tax; lien tax; pledges property tax debt; mechanism; management; tax revenues;

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An attempt to ground expediency of introduction in an appeal in Ukraine of tax certificates is undertaken in the article. For realization the set problem the basic stages of development of tax are generalized property different from lot land, that confirmed dynamic quality of his transformations and actualization only in the last few years. Also, his fiscal meaningfulness and growing potential are well-proven. The mechanism of property taxation is analyses in the USA and a fundamental difference is educed as compared to Ukraine, that consists in that a home tax on property ties down to the indexes of profits of taxpayers, but not market value of property. Management mechanism by tax debts on a tax on property in the USA is based on the use of tax certificates, that allows to municipalities of the states maximally rapid to fill their budgets, stimulate taxpayers to the observance of tax discipline and promote the level of liquidity of assets. The mechanism of the use of tax certificates is studied in the USA, it is set as a result, that an investor that purchased a tax certificate and discharged debts on payment of taxes in a budget takes title to exact overdue taxes, fine and percents for ill-timed tax from a debtor, the bag of that in the USA can make from 12% to 36% annual depending on the state of property, payment, here the potential profit of investor makes from 4-7% from a transaction. Thus, the examined tax certificate has considerable potential on forming of additional receivables of local budgets in Ukraine, therefore requires a further study and research.

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