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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2014 10:45 pm 
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Earlier today the National Statistics Office published a spreadsheet permitting citizens and research centers to simulate the effects of different tax systems and tax rates on the national economy. Released at the Conference "New Horizons for Taxation", organised by the William Aindala Centre for Macroeconomic Research, this model makes it easy for anyone to thinker with tax rates and observe the immediate effects of that change. «Just don't try to balance the budget» warned Damien Stratford, researcher of the National Statistics Office.

The Ecosim Journal had a chance to test the spreadsheet, and we found it is very simple to use. It is mainly addressed to research centers, so a few notices before using the model:
- you can change both the rates and implement up to six brackets. Just insert the bracket thresholds by ascending order, with the lowest threshold on the first line, and the highest on the last.
- you can try any rate for any or all brackets as long as it's a number between 0 and 1.
- if you don't want to use brackets, simply copy the same rate for all the fields.

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