Speaking of the proposed tax reforms, Martine Guerguil , assistant director of the Fiscal Affairs Department at the IMF, said: "Ensuring there are no undue loopholes in the tax capacity is an important element.
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Other goals of the workshop are as follows: To provide basic information on legal frameworks and statistics pertaining to revenue authorities and their boards from recent research, as well as data gathered from the Revenue Administration s - Fiscal Information Tool, an initiative of the IMF s Fiscal Affairs Department to gather key revenue administration data from member countries to establish a core set of performance indicators for improved cross-country comparisons and benchmarking; To review current issues in board governance.
Now is the right time to review our approach to improving fiscal transparency," said Carlo Cottarelli, head the IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department.
The workshop was jointly organized by Brussels-based think tank Bruegel and the IMF s Fiscal Affairs Department to take stock of the actions taken since the onset of the crisis, revisit the debate on various financial sector taxes, and assess the challenges ahead.
A latest study by the IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department argues that improving employment outcomes, over and above what could be achieved through policies aimed at supporting the demand for goods and services by consumers and investors requires actively supporting labor demand, strengthening incentives or reducing disincentives to work, and expanding training and job assistance, while preserving equity objectives.