What are the canons of taxation?
The canons or principles of taxation are
1. Economic (cost effective, meaning it should cost less to collect the taxes than the tax revenue)
2. Equity (fair taxation in terms of horizontal and vertical equity)
3. Certainty (people should know how and when to pay)
4. Convenience (simplicity or ease)
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*Canon of certainty says that tax policies should not alter regularly.
and there are some more canons.
5.Canon of Neutrality (tax policy should not make abnormality in Market)
6.Canon of Incentives (a tax should not harm the factors which motivate economical sectors)
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A church is governed by an ecclesiastical law or code of laws established by a church council. These are referred to as canons. Canons can also refer to a Church decree enacted to regulate morals or religious practices within the church. In Christianity those canons would incorporate the tenets, or foundations, such as Scriptural elements, as the principles of religion or philosophy.
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