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A tax incentive is an aspect of a country's tax code designed to incentivize or encourage a particular economic activity by reducing tax payments for a company in the said country.
Tax incentives can have both positive and negative impacts on an economy. Among the positive benefits, if implemented and designed properly, tax incentives can attract investment to a country. Other benefits of tax incentives include increased employment, a higher number of capital transfers, research and technology development, and also an improvement in less developed areas. Though it is difficult to estimate the effects of tax incentives, they can, if done properly, raise the overall economic welfare through increasing economic growth and government tax revenue (after the expiration of the tax holiday/incentive period). However, tax incentives can cause negative effects on a government's financial condition,among other negative effects, if they are not properly designed and implemented.
There are four typical costs of tax incentives:
Resource allocation refers to lost government tax revenue resulting from the tax incentive. The second cost refers to the situation when the tax incentives lead to too much investment in a certain area of the economy and too little investment in other areas of the economy. Revenue cost is associated with enforcing the tax incentive and monitoring who is receiving the incentive and ensuring they are properly deserving of the incentive. Therefore, the higher and the more complex the tax incentive, the higher the compliance costs because of the larger number of people and firms attempting to secure the tax incentive. The final cost is similar to the third in that it relates to people abusing the tax incentive. Corruption occurs when there are no clear guidelines or minimal guidelines for qualification.
According to a 2020 study of tax incentives in the United States, "states spent between 5 USD and 216 USD per capita on incentives for firms." There is some evidence that this leads to direct employment gains but there is not strong evidence that the incentives increase economic growth. Tax incentives that target individual companies are generally seen as inefficient, economically costly, and distortionary.
myCPE is seamlessly integrated with ZOOM for conducting continuing education events. Please ensure that you check the system requirements before the event starts. The system requirements are :
There is an official break scheduled for this workshop/events. Other than the scheduled break, the in-session breaks shall be available at discretion of the speaker.
A live virtual event enables remote participants to access live, interactive networking opportunities and content through their computers/other digital devices, no matter where they are located. These events can be conducted in multiple formats;
Conference: A virtual conference is an activity, organized in a way that participants can meet and discuss themes of common interest through the use of communication tools at a central location on the Internet
Workshop: A workshop is not very different from a conference. The key point that makes a workshop unique is that it is a brief intensive educational program for a relatively small group of people that focuses especially on techniques and skills in a particular field.
The myCPE virtual events are designed to impart education around a specific theme or subject from a basic to an advanced level, which is why we do not recommend you to leave the event in between. However, if you had to leave the event because of some unforeseen circumstances, you would be granted the credits for the sessions that you attended completely and wherein you answered all the polling questions.
The recording of the event can be made available to you, on request. You can reach out to us at email@example.com or can also let us know through live chat support if you need a recording for this event. However, the recording shall not be available for Continuing Education Credits.
You can cancel your registration for a premium conference/workshop at any time before the start of the event. Upon successful cancellation the entire amount shall be credited to your myCPE wallet within 24-48 working hours. The balance in your myCPE wallet can be used to register for premium live webinars, premium self-study webinars, myCPE package courses or any other future virtual conference/workshop.
All the upcoming virtual events can be seen listed under the ‘Virtual Events’ tab on the homepage of myCPE (www.my-cpe.com).
A unique joining link will be shared with you on your registered email ID once you have registered for a conference. You can join in using the unique link at the scheduled time of the event. Also, the events that you have registered for are visible in your myCPE account under ‘My Virtual Events’ section >> under the ‘Upcoming Virtual Events’ tab. CLICK HERE to login to your account.
myCPE recommends that you verify if your digital device is compatible with the ZOOM software prior to attending the live events on myCPE (www.my-cpe.com)
For every Session you attend in a Virtual Event, you need to remain logged into the session till the end and answer the polling questions asked during the event. Once you have fulfilled these two criteria, you shall receive an evaluation form in the next 24 hours. You will receive an email with the link to complete the evaluation form and it will also be available in your myCPE account under the 'My Virtual Events’ section, under the 'Evaluation' tab. Once you complete the evaluation form, you will receive an email with your credit certificates and the same shall also be available in your myCPE account under the 'My Certificates' tab. The link in the certificate email is for downloading the certificates. If the event qualifies for multiple certificates, each certificate will be available for download.
Once you complete the evaluation form, you will receive an email with your credit certificates and the same shall also be available in your myCPE account under the 'My Certificates' tab. The link in the certificate email is for downloading the certificates. If the event qualifies for multiple certificates, each certificate will be available for download
During every conference the chat panel shall always be open. You can mention the issue faced by you in the chat panel and our moderator will take it up for resolution shortly. You can also reach out to our support team in the live chat support or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, each live virtual conference/workshop shall be recorded and the recording of the same can be made available to on request. However, the recording shall not be eligible for continuing education credits.
If you’re a new user, you will have to sign-up at www.my-cpe.com to register for a virtual event. Click Here for a free sign up to myCPE. If you’re an existing user, you need to log in to your myCPE account.
Once you’re logged into your myCPE account, you can click on the ‘Virtual Event’ tab, scroll down to view the upcoming Virtual Events. There is a Register Button on each event detail page. Once you click on REGISTER, you will receive a prompt pop up that you have registered for the event. If it is a premium event then you will first be redirected to the payment page and after paying the amount you will receive a prompt pop up that you have registered for the event.
You can cancel your registration to any event from your myCPE account by requesting us via email at email@example.com or you can also send us an instant message to our chat support team.
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