The core purpose of social enterprise is to create value for the betterment of society. This aim lies at the center of the framework and is the end toward which all other elements in the framework must contribute. Greater alignment of these elements with the central purpose produces higher organizational coherence which contributes to superior performance.
This book analyses the treatment of income of individuals under Brazilian double taxation conventions. Each article of the Brazilian tax treaties is analysed in order to identify its characteristics, field of application, limits and criteria applied in the identification of taxpayers. The OECD Model Convention is also considered, since it is mirrored in Brazilian conventions. The analysis reveals the unconstitutional nature of Articles 17 and 19 of the Brazilian treaties as they contradict the constitutional principle of isonomy.
This book explores the complicated, multi-faceted uprising by analyzing its underlying causes: increased taxes, rising costs of foodstuffs, the forced implementation of this new metric system, fear of being drafted into the military and, finally, the imprisonment of two of the leading bishops in Brazil, known as the Religious Question.