ad valorem


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in proportion to the estimated value of the goods taxed

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According to the law, the levy of excise tax in the UAE will be on the ad valorem basis.
For many years, the county assessor treated both the land and the improvements as exempt from ad valorem taxation because the land was government owned.
In the current taxation structure VAT is levied by the state governments on an ad valorem basis as a percentage of the price of the product.
Queen Anne and Middle Park Stakes winner Ad Valorem is in the unusual position of standing for Coolmore in Ireland and Darley in Australia.
Given that debit cards incur a fixed cost per transaction, why do they charge ad valorem fees?
1933), in which the court recognized that bonds or similar debt obligations, which are not payable from ad valorem taxes, do not constitute a debt of the local government obligating the local government to levy or collect ad valorem taxes.
ITC converted nearly all non-ad valorem duties into ad valorem equivalents.
That leaves Kinane with the choice of riding Ad Valorem or Ivan Denisovich.
Ad Valorem, a son of Danzig, won all his three starts as a juvenile, including the Group One Middle Park Stakes, and was the second highest-rated two-year-old in Europe.
Spencer, returning to action this weekend after a three-weerk suspension, will be having his first ride of the season for his former employers as he bids to retain his unbeaten record on O'Brien's colt, having partnered Ad Valorem to three juvenile successes, including the Middle Park at Newmarket.
1, 2007, but also threatened to impose an ad valorem tax that would block imports of HFCS for another year.
Excise taxes take two basic forms: unit taxes based on quantity sold and ad valorem taxes based on sales value.
The tax increment financing concept may be summarized as follows: (1) the TIF district undertakes the project; (2) the project increases the assessed value of the taxable real property within the TIF district; (3) the increase in the taxable real property value results in an increase in the amount of ad valorem taxes collected within the TIF district; and (4) a portion of this increase in ad valorem taxes, or "tax increment," is pledged to finance the project.
These provisions would allow for a higher priority of payment for ad valorem taxes.
The comparison of ad valorem and per unit taxes in an unregulated monopoly market was begun nearly a century ago by Wicksell [1896].