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  1. Sir how proportional taxation makes disposable income less senstive to fluctuations in gdp as compared to progressive taxation?

  2. While discussing double taxation through a practical example – Tax @10% was levied on the total value of Rs150 which includes input tax of Rs10 paid at earlier stage. This levy of 10% seem to be case of tax on tax. Please clarify !

  3. Sir, yes it is right that disinvestment gives money to govt. but on the other hand it contracts govt. source of income also, then why it is promoted by the govt? what will happen in long term when we will be out of our public sector enterprises? moreover how the govt. will ensure the benefits to the socially backward people if it will not left with any of its income generation sources through reservation?

    And on the other hand when we look at our neighbor country china, there govt. have almost stake everywhere in there companies and we are doing opposite of it?

  4. Sir, what is parallel economy? how it is defined ? what does it includes ? Who are the stakeholders in it ? Please explain.

  5. After joining this program, I definitely have increased the chances of cracking this exam! I am loving this initiative…Thanks a lot sir!

  6. Sir, WTO is working as a tool for economically strong nations to give the birth to neocolonalism!!! Please give some light for 2-3 minutes to this topic in your upcoming lecture!!! Or should I ask this issue to polity facility?

  7. 1) can states borrow from global markets without the consent of Union government ?

    2) In the case of indirect taxes, can we say that that the burden is “always” shifted on to the consumers ?

  8. Sir, as the GST system is online then where is corruption happening at the side of govt.?
    (corruption as mentioned by you as a hurdle to measures for increasing tax revenue)

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