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Synonyms for excise

cut off or out or away

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Synonyms for excise

a tax that is measured by the amount of business done (not on property or income from real estate)

remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line

levy an excise tax on

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remove by cutting

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WASHINGTON -- Today, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW), urged lawmakers in the Tar Heel State to cut wasteful spending instead of raising state excise taxes.
The final regulations include an example of how an otherwise disregarded entity may be treated as a corporation for purposes of excise taxes (Regs.
A majority of House members recognize that excise taxes are regressive, ineffective and discriminatory to American consumers.
Since the taxes fund road and transit projects, the transactions subject to fuel excise taxes generally involve fuels used to power trains, cars, boats, and aircraft.
Categories: November 4, 2010, Accounting procedures, Air transportation, Airport and Airway Trust Fund, Airports, Auditing procedures, Auditing standards, Collection procedures, Excise taxes, Financial analysis, Financial statements, Fuel taxes, Funds management, Highway Trust Fund, Kerosene, Policy evaluation, Tax administration, Tax returns, Trust funds, Use taxes
Motor vehicles generate the most excise taxes in their first two years.
The rules for excise taxes are effective January 1, 2008.
Excise taxes may be broken out into broad categories such as: retail excise taxes, manufacturing excise taxes, taxes on facilities and services, environmental excise taxes, taxes on private foundations, and others.
According to RFA, by modifying the way federal excise taxes are collected on ethanol-blended fuels, the volumetric ethanol excise tax credit (VEETC) would generate more than $2 billion per year in added HTF revenues while maintaining an incentive for the use of renewable fuels.
May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- A study released today by RTI International through their Tobacco Use Research Program finds that states with significant cigarette excise taxes consistently gain more revenue in spite of declines in smoking, cross border sales and tax evasion as a result of the higher prices.
Kocak and Hoffman were responsible for the IRS's published guidance on excise taxes, providing technical advice to IRS agents conducting return examinations and providing letter rulings to taxpayers.
The repeal of the federal excise tax could potentially call into question local excise taxes on telecommunications.
Every time a California driver pulls the trigger on the gas pump, the first 36 cents on the dial - for every gallon - go to the government as excise taxes.
The primary mission of the operative, dubbed "Smoking Gun" by tobacco foes, was to prevent increases in state cigarette excise taxes.
In addition, hefty excise taxes are accelerating the price pressure.