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  • ISBN 0255365136
  • ISBN13 978-0255365130
  • Language English
  • Author Barry Bracewell-Milnes
  • Publisher Institute Of Economic Affairs (February 20, 2002)
  • Pages 151
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Death duties are now only a minor source of revenue to the British Exchequer (about 1.5 per cent of Inland Revenue receipts) and they now have few committed advocates. Nevertheless they persist, mainly because of inertia. Dr Bracewell-Milnes analyses the traditional criticism of death duties and adds some novel arguments based on the concept of saving in perpetuity -- saving which is never drawn down, whether or not it was initially planned as perpetual. The perpetual saver is a public benefactor because he or she provides the rest of society with a permanent loan at rates chargeable for loans with maturity dates. Taxing perpetual saving will reduce its supply, thus resulting in losses to the rest of society. Inheritance tax does immense economic damage, according to Dr Bracewell-Milnes, and should be abolished. It is 'perverse and counterproductive for its own ostensible purposes, egalitarian or otherwise.

by Barry Bracewell-Milnes. Death duties are a minor source of revenue to the British Exchequer

by Barry Bracewell-Milnes. Death duties are a minor source of revenue to the British Exchequer. This work analyses the traditional criticism of death duties and adds some arguments based on the concept of saving in perpetuity - saving which is never drawn down, whether or not it was initially planned as perpetual.

Euthanasia for Death Duties book. Dr Bracewell-Milnes analyses the traditional criticism of death duties and adds some novel arguments based on the concept of saving in perpetuity - savi Death duties are now only a minor source of revenue to the British Exchequer (about . per cent of Inland Revenue receipts) and they now have few committed advocates. Nevertheless they persist, mainly because of inertia.

Euthanasia for Death Duties. Barry Bracewell-Milnes believes that an inheritance tax does immense economic damage as it is 'perverse and counterproductive' and therefore should be eliminated. See all articles by Barry Bracewell-Milnes. Barry Bracewell-Milnes. Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA). Bracewell-Milnes, Barry, Euthanasia for Death Duties.

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No current Talk conversations about this book. Putting Inheritance Tax Out of Its Misery BARRY BRACEWELL-MILNES. Bracewell-Milnes also attacks the case sometimes made that death duties are justified on the grounds that they promote ‘equal-ity’

Euthanasia for Death Duties. The Institute of Economic Affairs. Bracewell-Milnes also attacks the case sometimes made that death duties are justified on the grounds that they promote ‘equal-ity’. The concept of ‘equality’ is elusive and measurement is diffi-cult but, in addition to these problems, Bracewell-Milnes points out that a tax such as death duties, which reduces saving in perpe-tuity and therefore increases the spending of richer people, will actually increase the observed inequality of spending and lifestyles.

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