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direct tax

a tax paid by the person or organization on which it is levied
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Today, Supreme Court justices have tried to define direct taxes virtually out of existence in order to avoid the constitutional requirement for apportionment of direct taxes.
Opponents have fired back that the probability that people will support a rise in direct taxes is very low and besides they are not qualified enough to decide such expert matters.
54) In Wilson's mind, direct taxes were those that could feasibly be apportioned.
This variable due to this reason may negatively influence the collection of taxes generally and direct taxes particularly.
The annual conference will allow the Chief Commissioners/ Directors General to have direct interaction with the senior functionaries of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) on various issues arising in the field.
Bulgaria's ruling party GERB is preparing legislative amendments, which will make it possible for the government to change direct taxes levied on physical and legal persons only if the nation votes yes in a referendum," Simeon Djankov said from the parliamentary rostrum on Thursday as the MPs started debating a motion for a confidence vote on the overall policy of the center-right government of Boyko Borisov.
So now, in addition to Britain being the second largest net contributor to the EU, we, as individuals, will also pay direct taxes to Brussels, at first on coal, natural gas and petrol, but no doubt in due course on anything that takes the Eurocrat's fancy.
r]epresentatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons.
But just as important is the effort to lure the United States into multilateral "tax cooperation" schemes of any sort -- all of which would offer precedents toward imposing direct taxes by the UN.
The government wants to raise indirect taxes and reduce the burden of direct taxes in comprehensive tax reforms.
The strong emphasis at the outset on border tax adjustments, which usually are permitted for indirect taxes but not for direct taxes, highlights an important point.