Civilian liberal arts (now, here, natural humanities for the average person)
Author: Mr. Chae
Published by: Whalbooks
Date of publication: December 27, 2015.
In the market of a capitalist society, there are two actors: individuals and companies. Win-win relationships
The government is out of the market and constantly intervening in the market. With regulations and taxes.
market freedom and government intervention
Market freedom: Government deregulation, tax cuts
Government intervention: tightening regulations, raising taxes
Why is the government levying taxes? Expansion of social overhead capital such as roads, ports, medical care and education, national defense and security maintenance, state-run projects such as salaries for lawmakers and government employees, and welfare.
Taxes and welfare are proportionate.
Freedom of the market is tax cuts and welfare cuts.
The government's intervention is tax increases and welfare increases.
The most fundamental problem in society = is taxes.
Expert B: In Korea, the gap between the rich and the poor has widened due to low welfare expenditures from typical tax collection. Taxes may be raised. OECD Comparative Taxes Low.
A public approach, an understanding of the current situation in Korea.
Expert A: It is necessary to promote investment by domestic and foreign companies and to promote individual motivation to work. The comparative tax of ASIA, such as Hong Kong and Singapore, is high.
I was considering the diachronic aspect approach and time change, understanding the situation in Korea.
Differences in interpretation of real situations. Individual positions.
Businesses or the whole people to decide whose taxes to raise.
Income -> Progressive tax
Property -> Wealth Tax