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tax

Vox populi Monies paid to a governing body. See Dean's tax, Fat tax, Provider tax, Sin tax.
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When the child Was no older than 16, the assets were disposed of, so the income was taxed at the (presumably lower) child's rate and not counted for financial aid purposes.
Under the new law, dividend income received by a noncorporate shareholder from a domestic or qualified foreign corporation is taxed at a top rate of 15 percent.
Then whatever is paid out to the corporation's owners - the shareholders - is taxed again up to a 39.6-percent rate.
The wealthy expatriating individual must remain in compliance with the strict physical presence limitations to continue to be taxed solely on enhanced U.S.
For example, all real estate property is currently taxed at approximately 1.2 percent.
State Tax Comm'n, (12) this Court struck down a New York transfer tax that more heavily taxed stock transfers occurring outside the state.
A second tax advantage concerns the replacement of impaired assets, since an asset can be replaced using insurance proceeds for which the insured is not taxed.
It also creates a 19-member commission to recommend how--and if--remote commerce, including Web sales, should be taxed.
For example, profits from the sale of certain farm and small-business assets are taxed at half the regular rate.
(In the case of hydroelectric power, taxing the "fuel" itself, prior to energy production, presents a serious conceptual problem.) Will coal headed for a power plant be taxed at the mine?
The savings from flexible benefits plans can be substantial because the money in the accounts is not reported as wages and is not taxed. If you don't spend all the money in your plan, however, it reverts to the employer.