Taxes and taxation test

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Task 1.
Question 1. What is the mandatory individual grant payments from organizations and individuals in the form of alienation belonging to them by right of ownership, economic management or operational management of funds for the purpose of financial support of the state and (or) the municipalities?
1. duties;
2. tax;
3. credit;
4. The excise duty;
5. collection.
Question 2. What are the functions in the community taxes (give the most complete answer)?
1. fiscal, distribution;
2. control, Honorable Mention;
3. regulatory, fiscal;
4. Honorable Mention, fiscal, distribution, control, regulating;
5. incentive, fiscal, distribution.
Question 3: Who was the author (designer) theory of tax neutrality - classical theory of taxes?
1. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels;
2. Adam Smith and David Ricardo;
3. Paul Marie Godme and John Maynard Keynes;
4. Milton Friedman and John Maynard Keynes;
5. M.Berns, G.Stayn, A.Leffer.
Question 4. Who was the author remarks: "less taxes - the higher the economy"?
1. Milton Friedman;
2. John Maynard Keynes;
3. Ronald Reagan;
4. Margaret Thatcher;
5. Karl Marx.
Question 5: Why is the process of virtual elimination of the peasantry in the 30s in the USSR?
1. an excessive tax burden;
2. with the growth of industrialization of the country;
3. preparation for war;
4. droughts and other natural hazards;
5. The economic blockade of the USSR on the world market.

Task 2.
Question 1. In which year started the process of establishing a modern system of taxation in the USSR?
1. 1993 g .;
2. in 1990 .;
3. in 1917 .;
4. in 1930 .;
5. In 1995
Question 2. What is currently happening in Russia changes in the tax regime under federal law?
1. The decision of the Government of the Russian Federation;
2. by amending the current statute of the Russian Federation for a particular tax;
3. The decision of the President of the Russian Federation;
4. The decision of the President of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Russian Federation;
5. to address the international intergovernmental organizations.
Question 3. In what year was the draft Tax Code?
1. 2000;
2. 1999;
3. 1998;
4. 1997;
5. 1996.
Question 4. What elements contains every tax (give the most complete answer)?
1. taxpayers; the object of taxation; the tax base; tax period;
2. The tax rates; tax calculation procedure; order and terms of payment of taxes;
3. taxpayers; the object of taxation; the tax base; tax period; tax rates; tax calculation procedure; order and terms of payment of taxes;
4. The subject of the tax; object tax, the source tax, taxation unit;
5. The subject of tax; object tax, the source tax unit taxable, the tax rate, the tax salary tax breaks.
Question 5. What are the rates used for taxation purposes?
1. proportional;
2. progressive;
3. equitable and progressive;
4. proportional and regressive;
5. progressive and regressive.

Task 3.
Question 1: What are the principles of taxation were formulated by Adam Smith?
1. Principles of classic and sub-national;
2. fairness, certainty, comfortable, economy;
3. general and functional;
4. The economic and functional, organizational and legal;
5. The spatial and temporal principles.
Question 2: In what currency is performed in Russian obligation to pay taxes?
1. in the currency of the Russian Federation;
2. Euro;
3. dollar;
4. in arbitrary units;
5. in any currency.
Question 3. Which of the following in the first chapter is the main function of taxes?
1. regulating;
2. Control;
3. Fiscal;
4. Distribution;
5. incentive.
Question 4. How many ways are there to practice tax levy?
1. 2;
2. 3;
3. 4;
4. 5;
5. 1.
Question 5: What do you call the person to whom, in accordance with the Tax Code responsibilities to calculate, withhold from the


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