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tax

a compulsory financial contribution imposed by a government to raise revenue, levied on the income or property of persons or organizations, on the production costs or sales prices of goods and services, etc.
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The FTA, along with the Ministry of Finance, conducted the first phase of the awareness sessions on the tax system for various business sectors and relevant stakeholders from March to May 2017, which witnessed the strong participation of more than 15,000 companies from different business sectors operating in various emirates.
It is an indicator of just how hard dealing with tax can be when 80 per cent of AAT members, experts at navigating through the intricacies of tax compliance, state that the UK tax system is too complicated.
I don't believe any of our competitors have a worse tax system than the U.
Because this is so, even if there were a fine-grained theory of distributive justice so it was certain what the incidence of the entire federal-state-local tax system should be, (125) it would be difficult to determine exactly what role the property tax should play in such a system because its incidence is unknown.
Latvia's tax system and most of its economic policies are ideologically determined by a specific, narrow, and sometimes equivocated understanding of neoliberalism, based on the conclusions of the Washington Consensus.
EEF warned that a failure to tackle a tax system that not only makes the UK uncompetitive but doesn't support manufacturing, will fail to help re-balance the economy and will lead to some companies moving their headquarters out of the UK.
Our main goal is to persuade people that a fair and effective tax system is for the sake of the country," he said.
Ability to recognize performances of tax system of Republic of Serbia within European tax policy depends on a number of factors, out of which, we especially highlight stability of tax system, rates of tax burden, flexibility, encouragement of tax payers, development of market economy and even fair burdening of all social and economic structures (tax payers).
one that goes beyond the statutory tax rate itself and takes the overall impact of the business tax system on investment decisions into account.
In an effort to increase revenue, Ohio proposed an overhaul of its tax system that resulted in a gross receipts tax, entitled the commercial activity tax (CAT).
Complying with the federal tax system costs taxpayers time and money.
The CPA, however, has a dual responsibility to the taxpayer and to the tax system.