(redirected from Federal Tax)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for taxation

References in periodicals archive ?
The LLC is an employer for Federal tax purposes and has unpaid Federal employment taxes for the years in question.
The treatment of Subpart F income in the water's-edge group is significantly different from its treatment for federal tax purposes.
On this occasion, Regional Advisor for Federal Tax Ombudsman Aftab Anwar Baloch briefed the members of the Sukkur Chamber of Commerce and Industries regarding tax issues.
A federal tax hike of $1 a gallon would raise as much as $130 billion per year--slightly more than the $100 billion profit oil companies captured in 2005--while it promotes oil conservation, shows good stewardship of the gifts of creation, and bankrolls judicious investments in a post-fossil fuel future.
Again, the written advice of the CPA often will be characterized as "preliminary" because it is reasonable to assume that the particular strategies recommended will be explained in more detail either when the client chooses to undertake the strategy and asks how it will specifically affect their estate plan, or the client's lawyer will explain the strategies, which include significant federal tax issues, in a written communication accompanying the estate planning documents transmitted to the client for review.
He calls the federal tax credit discontinuation "short-sighted" policy and says keeping those incentives in place are a valuable tool that keeps Northern Ontario "on par with the rest of the world.
conclusion as to each significant Federal tax issue, the practitioner must not provide o marketed opinion, but may provide written advice that satisfies the requirements of Section 10.
The President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform held its seventh hearing on April 18, hearing from state and local representatives on the interaction between federal, state and local taxation.
While Clause timely filed his 1996 federal tax return, he did not report the sale of stock to the ESOP--in any manner--on the return.
Falwell's message may have been plain but federal tax law is just as plain: No use of tax-exempt resources for partisan politicking.
Although federal tax rates are down both the state and the city have increased taxes.
There is one federal tax credit called the Federal Investment Tax Credit for Commercial Solar Energy.
Since the 1920s, states have linked their estate tax formulas to a tax credit in the federal tax code.
The income tax was placed at the core of the federal tax system by the Internal Revenue Act of 1954.
Full browser ?