tax

(redirected from taxable)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
Related to taxable: Taxable income

tax

Vox populi Monies paid to a governing body. See Dean's tax, Fat tax, Provider tax, Sin tax.
References in periodicals archive ?
Greater flexibility in the manner of recovery of input tax costs should be afforded to businesses that are not fully taxable. For example, TEI recommends that the Commission encourage all Member States of the EU to adopt the special method under Article 17(5) of the Directive.
HDC is providing a $3.7 million loan from the sale of taxable bonds and a second mortgage of $1.1 million.
As in Situation 1, when a trust's grantor, treated as the trust's owner, pays the income tax attributable to the inclusion of the trust's income in the grantor's taxable income, the grantor is not deemed to make a gift of the amount of the tax to the trust's beneficiaries.
Gaining expertise in municipal taxable project financings will serve as a natural entry for WR Lazard into corporate finance, Glover predicts.
The marginal tax rate used in these calculations is the tax rate expected to apply to the last dollars of taxable income in the period when the reversal will increase or reduce taxes payable.
Taxable income for section 199 purposes has the same definition as taxable income under section 63 without regard to the section 199 deduction.
If so, they must compute the taxable portion of workers' compensation benefits in the same way as the taxable portion of Social Security and Railroad Retirement benefits is computed.
That 20-year rental possibility could eliminate the lessee from short-term qualification, leaving the lessee with the burden of taxable income on the construction payments.
As discussed above, the value of property transferred subject to restrictions (such as restricted stock) is normally taxable at the time the restrictions lapse.
The Ninth Circuit held that IRC section 535(b)(1) should be interpreted in accordance with the long-standing meaning of the word "accrual." Therefore, Metro's 1995 paid but contested tax liability did not accrue in the taxable year assessed.
For taxable years ending after July 1, 2002, in situations where the taxpayer has not been contacted by the IRS or the IDOR regarding the use of potential tax avoidance transactions, taxpayers will be subject to interest at a rate of 150-percent of the otherwise applicable rate for any deficiency attributable to such transactions.