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

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As we celebrate the 150th birthday of Canada, we also celebrate the 100th anniversary of the implementation of direct taxation in Canada.
The Central Board Of Direct Taxation (CBDT), which issued a statement on Wednesday in which it did not name the political parties or entities, said the notices to AAP and others have sought information about the identity of the contributors and other relevant details necessary to complete the probe.
Of these additional taxes 805 million euros to come from direct taxation and 930 million euros from indirect taxation (such as VAT).
Two political factions are at loggerheads over taxation: nationalists want Congress to have direct taxation authority, while their opponents insist that only individual states should have the power to do so, as is the case under the Articles.
But you and these fellows come along and tell me I must pay so much in direct taxation that I wouldn't have enough left to buy a few decent cigars.
Most countries' tax systems are based on direct taxation imposed on individuals income and property; and indirect taxation imposed on transactions.
On top of this sum, the lifetime cost of direct taxation, including income tax and national insurance contributions, amounts to PS385,000 for the average household, according to Prudential's calculations.
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.
Others will follow by December 2014 (on the traceability of financial flows, the creation of a European taxpayer identification number, extension of the Eurofisc system to direct taxation, alignment of administrative and criminal sanctions for tax offences, etc).
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.
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.
He gave as examples of the courage of those ruling Bulgaria the 15% reduction of public expenditures, and avoiding upping direct taxation thus increasing the burden on the business and the households.
The President emphasized that direct taxation will allow a sustainable revenue base leading to a "balanced budget.