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n the return in money from one's business, practice, or capital invested; gains, profit.
income tax,
n a tax upon an adjusted gross income (individual or corporate) imposed as a major source of governmental revenue at the state and federal levels.


financial return from a project or for help provided.

income elasticity
see demand elasticity.
net income
gross income less costs.
income over feed cost
a rough indicator of the profitability of an animal enterprise based principally on fattening of young livestock, e.g. in a feedlot. The fixed costs are the depreciation on the installation and labor, the variable costs are the price of cattle and the feed.
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Earlier in the Finance Bill, 2010, the FBR had proposed the following income slabs and income tax rates applicable thereon.
Individuals who invest in a 529 plan that produces state income tax savings always enjoy a better after-tax return than they would receive on the same investment for the same length of time in a Roth IRA, and generally enjoy a better after-tax return than in a traditional IRA or 401(k) plan.
In its 2005 budget message, the Government announced proposals to (1) reduce the corporate income tax rate from 21 percent to 19 percent over a period of years through 2010 and (2) eliminate the corporate surtax by 2008.
The act eliminates many federal and state income tax reporting differences that can arise upon the filing of Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 cases.
The partisans of the tax honesty movement go beyond complaining that the income tax is too high, or that out-of-control IRS agents enforce it in thuggish ways.
As Weisman makes clear in his excellent history of the income tax, this back-and-forth battle between Democrats and Republicans over income taxes is part of a debate that has held remarkably consistent over the years.
In an editorial, The New York Times called the income tax "vicious, inequitable, unpopular, impolitic, socialistic," and even "un-American.
Ironically, all of their compliance effort is essentially for naught, at least from a public finance point of view, because the top 1 percent of firms in asset size pay well over three-quarters of the corporate income tax take.
I said, rather, that the income tax wasn't supposed to touch working- and middle-class people, which it certainly does.
In addition to the new look, this year's income tax forms feature a host of other changes, including a $50 increase in the personal exemption from $1,350 to $1,400 and a new line for deducting certain Ohio National Guard reimbursements and benefits.
During the 1990s, tax practitioners at national and international CPA firms concentrated on selling tax planning strategies that affected their clients' financial statements, either through a reduction in the income tax provision or an increase in pretax income.
On December 6, 2004, TEI submitted comments to the Tax Legislation Division of Canada's Department of Finance on legislative proposals and draft income tax regulations relating to the treatment of foreign affiliates.