DIT

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AcronymDefinition
DITDirectory Information Tree
DITDublin Institute of Technology
DITDepartment of Information Technology
DITDepartment of International Trade (UK)
DITDesarrollo Internacional de Talento (Spanish: International Talent Development; various locations)
DITDirectorate of Information Technology (various locations)
DITDivision Internationale du Travail (French: International Division of Labor)
DITDynamic Internet Technology (est. 2001)
DITDecimation in Time (algorithm)
DITDepth of Inheritence Tree
DITDual Income Tax
DITDead-in-Tow (locomotives)
DITDépartement Informatique et Télécommunications (French: Department of Computer and Telecommunications)
DITDepth of Inheritance Tree
DITDefining Issues Test (ethics)
DITDiploma in Information Technology
DITDigital Imaging Technician (film and television industry)
DITDeutscher Investment Trust
DITDiiodotyrosine
DITDiet-Induced Thermogenesis
DITDar es Salaam Institute of Technology (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
DITDesign Implementation Technology
DITDirector of Income Tax (India)
DITDigiPen Institute of Technology
DITDelhi Institute of Technology
DITDeposits-In-Transit
DITDocumentation, Information and Training
DITDetails In Thread (forums & BBSs)
DITDifferential Impedance Transducer
DITDetroit Institute of Technology
DITDynamics of International Terrorism (course)
DITDesign Integrated Technology, Inc
DITDisability Insurance Trust
DITDynamic Integrated Test
DITDesign Integration Testing
DITDeployed Internetworking Test
DITData Integration Team
DITDivemaster in Training (rescue diving)
DITDesired Ignition Timing
DITData Indicate Token
DITData Inversion Theory
DITDue In Transfer
DITDocumentation/Information Transmittal
DITDetroit Income Tax
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From this, it may be concluded that the current personal income tax system in Turkey shares several features with the dual income tax model (Miles and Sorensen, 2006).
The Dual Income Tax system The Dual Income Tax (DIT) model is attractive on a number of efficiency grounds.
On the other hand, see Nielsen and S[psi]rensen (1997) on the optimality of the Nordic dual income tax.
One option being considered is to introduce a dual income tax, which would subject all capital income to a uniform low tax rate while subjecting wage income to a progressive tax schedule.
The Tax Committee proposed a solution to the dual income tax problem based on two main changes in the tax system:
[20] A specific problem associated with the dual income tax systems applied in some countries (see above) results from the splitting of self-employment income into labour and capital components, each taxed at its own level.
The dual income tax improves the tax on business profits (Imposta sui redditi delle persone giuridiche, IRPEG) and aims at removing a number of tax biases favouring resort to debt over equity financing.
Tax reform initiatives have been geared to considerably broadening the tax bases and lowering top marginal tax rates in the income tax system, with the introduction of a dual income tax system in 1992 being the centrepiece.
The tax reform measures embodied in the 1998 budget, including the introduction of Imposta regionale sulle attivita produttive, IRAP, and Dual income tax, DIT, and the revision of Imposta sul reddito delle persone fisiche, IRPEF, are the most important since the early 1970s.
Partly as a response to increased international integration, Finland introduced the dual income tax system at the beginning of the 1990s.
There are at least two broad options that are worth considering: adapting the system within a comprehensive income approach or adopting a dual income tax system.
The centrepiece of the reform was the move towards a pure dual income tax in 1992, which strictly separates the taxation of labour and capital income at the level of individual taxpayers.