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International Fiscal Association

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The International Fiscal Association (IFA) is a non-governmental, international non-profit organization devoted to the study of international tax law. Its membership of more than 11,700 includes taxpayers, tax advisers, government officials, academics, and industry representatives. The IFA was founded in 1938 in The Hague and since then has been headquartered in the Netherlands. The IFA has the following organs such as the General Assembly, the General Council, the Executive Committee, the President, the Secretary-General, and the General Treasurer. The funds of the IFA are made up of the following four main sources namely subscriptions and other contributions of the members, contributions from the IFA branches, the return of the capital invested and donations, bequests and other forms of income. The goals of the association are intended to achieve a compromise between its scientific and policy elements.

Keywords: General Assembly; General Council; International Fiscal Association (IFA) membership



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