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    Leona Helmsley: The Construction of a Woman Tax Evader.Ann Mumford - 1997 - Feminist Legal Studies 5 (2):169-194.
    ConclusionTo paraphrase marjorie Kornhauser’s famed observation, a taxcollection system for revenue only is a chimera. If, for the American woman, tax collection were only, and only ever, about revenue, then they would have constantly and consitently collect it from us. When we did not have what they say we should have, then they would penalise us. The fact of the matter is, that when they do collect it from us, it is, more often than not, because they have been successful (...)
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    Capital on the Moral Continuum: The UK, Sweden, and the Taxation of Inherited Wealth.Martin Eriksson, Asa Gunnarsson & Ann Mumford - 2020 - Intergenerational Justice Review 6 (2).
    In this comparative analysis of the UK and Sweden, we consider, if inherited wealth is most deserving of redistributive taxation, then what lessons, if any, may be learned from the difficult paths faced by this tax in these countries. We conclude that the political momentum behind the Swedish family business was distinct, and, possibly, capable of travel to the UK. The research for this article is part of the FairTax EU project, which is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 (...)
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    VAT, Taxation and Prostitution: Feminist Perspectives on Polok.Ann Mumford - 2005 - Feminist Legal Studies 13 (2):163-180.
    Debates concerning the taxation of prostitution have occurred in taxation law and in feminist literature. This article will integrate the case of Polok v. C.E.C. [2002] E.W.H.C, 156; [2002] S.T.C. 361, within the feminist legal canon. The case is discussed in the context of the argument of the European doctrine of fiscal neutrality, which dictates that, regardless of legality as amongst member states, if an activity is levied to V.A.T. in one member state, V.A.T. should be levied on it in (...)
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