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a tax paid directly by the person or organization on whom it is levied

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If the Treasury will arrange for me to have a constant free supply of good cigars, then I'll pay them the equivalent in direct taxation.
Since the money came from the Capital Fund, and not direct taxation, the town did not have to wait until July 1 to spend the money.
Meanwhile, direct taxation of corporations and individuals has tended to decline -- despite the moot claim that lower direct taxation ensures investment and growth.
As we lead up to the milestone of one billion, we need to ensure that the tourism sector is supported by adequate national policies and that we work to reduce existing barriers to the expansion of the sector, such as complicated visa procedures, increased direct taxation or limited connectivity.
The forum reviews the most effective means to address tax issues and challenges, the best tax practices, review the experience of some countries in the area of tax administration, as the agenda includes workshops in the area of direct taxation of income tax and indirect taxes, such as VAT to be applied in GCC countries.
A second priority is to strengthen direct taxation and simultaneously reduce reliance on regressive taxes.
8) Direct taxation includes taxation on income and profits, social security contributions, taxation on payroll and manpower, and taxation on property, while indirect taxation consists of taxation on goods and services and taxation on international trade.
As we lead up to the milestone of 1 billion, we need to ensure that the tourism sector is supported by adequate national policies and that we work to reduce existing barriers to the expansion of the sector, such as complicated visa procedures, increased direct taxation or limited connectivity," Rifai said.
Through direct taxation UK drivers are currently wholly responsible for funding road maintenance costs.
Gopalakrishnan, has welcomed the recommendations of the Standing Committee on Finance, saying that finally the cost and management accounting profession in the country is getting its due recognition in direct taxation areas.
The detailed annual statements from HMRC are due to provide taxpayers with substantial details of how much they have paid in direct taxation (such as income tax and national insurance) and how the Government has spent that revenue across a number of areas, including the NHS, education, repaying the nation's debt and welfare benefits.
bg, Eric Vander Vorst, lists these advantages as a favorable geographic location (in the case of Solvay Sodi - the export hub through the port of Varna West for the Balkans, Mediterranean regions, Middle East and Asia) along with richness in raw materials, low labor costs, and lower direct taxation.
Following opening remarks by Professor Kees van Raad, the 2011 Graduation Lecture was delivered by Professor Frank Engelen on the topic "Collision of State Aid and Fundamental Freedoms in Direct Taxation.
WRONG TARGET: Eric Pickles I spent many hours looking for a Civil Service pension fund but I believe that they're all paid from current, direct taxation.
Introduction to European tax law; direct taxation, 2d ed.