TAX MEASUREMENT FOR ELDERLY SOCIETY

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This article focuses on a study of tax measures to solve problems caused by entering an aging society. An international comparative study was made of tax measures to reduce tax burdens, increase income, promote savings, and promote health care and life insurance in Thailand, the United States, and Singapore.


            Results were that many shortcomings persist in Thailand that require improvement. These include the problems of reducing personal income tax for old citizens, tax burdens hidden in consumer goods for older shoppers, alleviating the burden on geriatric medical expenses, and tax relief on senior housing. These ongoing problems cause older Thai people to not receive the tax benefits that are due to them, causing a basic inequality in how taxpayers are treated, and impeding the goal of tax relief.

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