Effect of taxes on corporate investment decisions
As indicated by Hassert and Hubbard (1976), tax collection is the obligatory toll by the public authority on the pay or utilization of different things. Alworth and Arachi (2001) characterized corporate expense as duty imposed on the benefits of corporates. The corporate speculation choice is the choice of the organization to put its benefits in different long haul resources with an expectation of future pay streams. Charges differently affect corporate venture choices.
Influencing The Choice For Investment Projects