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taxes

(tăk′sēz)
n.
A plural of taxis.
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One businessman, worth $19 million, paid just $2,100 in taxes.
Find out which travel expenses and taxes are deductible, capital gains tax rates and more at this lean site.
Since New York City does not break out its bills with a separate line denoting school taxes, as do other communities, this exemption is targeted only towards that portion of the property taxes accounting for school taxes.
That is, the VAT and business taxes are mutually exclusive.
Section 461(d) was enacted to prevent taxpayers from obtaining a double deduction for property taxes in the year that their state taxing authorities changed the lien date of such State taxes to the last day of the income year (year in which the income was earned and for which the tax return is filed) from the first day of the privilege year (year following the income year, also known as the "taxable year").
Gibbons and ranking Republican Bill Archer advocate replacing corporate and personal income taxes with a 25 percent value-added tax, structured not to shift the tax burden but to reduce the costs of collection and compliance.
The IRS and Congress have closely scrutinized such arrangements because of their perceived lack of economic substance outside of generating FTCs, especially when a taxpayer claims an FTC on withholding taxes on dividend income, but holds the underlying stock on which the dividend is paid for a relatively short period.
Willet also created an insurance trust to hold insurance on Betty's life, presumably so the heirs receiving the estate at her death could use the proceeds to pay estate taxes.
The new law established a two-rate system of 3 percent (for incomes over $600) and 5 percent (for incomes over $10,000), as well as taxes on inheritances, corporations, and various commodities.
Income taxes are bad enough, to be sure, but aren't payroll taxes even higher for most people?