BNRT

BNRT

Abbreviation for:
Birmingham Neuro Rehabilitation Team (Medspeak-UK)
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BNRT spokesman Chris Lamb, aged 67, said the research team do not condone Gorman's actions, but feel strongly he should not be treated as a sex offender.
In previous hearings on the commission's findings legislators were skeptical about a BNRT tax since it was unproven.
In effect, the BNRT as proposed was a type of subtraction-method value-added tax in that it sought to tax each firm on the market value of the goods/services it produced, less amounts paid to other firms.
Had the Commission's recommendations been accepted, the remaining state tax structure would have consisted primarily of a reformed and reduced income tax and the BNRT.
Unlike the corporate income tax, the BNRT would come with its own legal and administrative complexities that could not be avoided through reliance on an existing federal structure.
Second, adoption of the BNRT or similar reforms would likely trigger constitutional and statutory challenges based on the Quill holding and Pub.
By shifting the tax burden away from the income tax toward the BNRT, the overall federal subsidy for the state's taxes would necessarily decline.
The Business Net Receipts Tax, or BNRT, is a form of a value added tax.
Some may charge that a BNRT lacks transparency because the taxes are added on each level of production with the tax increases rolled into the final cost of a product when purchased.
While the BNRT does need examination, other proposed tax changes considered by the commission would hinder economic development.
Commission's proposed BNRT would have imposed a value-added tax on
regarding the BNRT arise primarily from the numerous uncertainties