Associations to the word «Tax»
TAX, noun. Money paid to the government other than for transaction-specific goods and services.
TAX, noun. A burdensome demand.
TAX, noun. A task exacted from one who is under control; a contribution or service, the rendering of which is imposed upon a subject.
TAX, noun. (obsolete) charge; censure
TAX, noun. (obsolete) A lesson to be learned.
TAX, verb. (transitive) To impose and collect a tax from (a person).
TAX, verb. (transitive) To impose and collect a tax on (something).
TAX, verb. (transitive) To make excessive demands on.
TAX ACCOUNTING, noun. (finance) Those accounting activities related to tax.
TAX ASSESSMENT, noun. The value set on taxable property
TAX AUDITOR, noun. A person who collects taxes.
TAX AUTHORITY, noun. A government organization responsible for collecting taxes.
TAX AVOIDANCE, noun. The legal exploitation of tax rules to minimize tax payments.
TAX AVOISION, noun. (legal) (taxes) Synonym of avoision.
TAX BITE, noun. (US) (pejorative) The amount or rate of taxes.
TAX BRACKET, noun. A range over which a piecewise linear, generally progressive, tax is linear.
TAX BRACKETS, noun. Plural of tax bracket
TAX BREAK, noun. A deduction in tax that is given in order to encourage a certain economic activity or a social objective
TAX CART, noun. (UK) (historical) A spring cart subject to a low tax.
TAX CARTS, noun. Plural of tax cart
TAX CLINIC, noun. (US) A volunteer organization where income tax returns are prepared for qualifying low income tax payers.
TAX COLLECTOR, noun. One who has the responsibility for collecting taxes.
TAX COLLECTORS, noun. Plural of tax collector
TAX DODGER, noun. Someone who commits tax avoidance or tax evasion
TAX EVADER, noun. One who illegally avoids paying tax (for example, by not declaring income).
TAX EVASION, noun. The illegal avoidance of paying tax, especially by making a false declaration of income etc.
TAX FREE, adjective. Of an item being sold with the proprietor paying the taxes on behalf of the consumer, or of an item that exploits a particular loophole (or an intentional temporary waiver of a particular tax by the government.)
TAX HAVEN, noun. A country or province that levies low taxes on foreign businesses.
TAX HAVENS, noun. Plural of tax haven
TAX INCENTIVE, noun. An inducement offered in the form of an abatement of taxes.
TAX INCENTIVES, noun. Plural of tax incentive
TAX LOT, noun. (accounting) (taxation) (US) A grouping of security holdings in an account used for enabling the calculation and treatment of the securities for tax compliance and reporting.
TAX LOT, noun. (accounting) (real estate) (US) An parcel of real property on which property taxes are levied.
TAX LOTS, noun. Plural of tax lot
TAX MAN, noun. Alternative form of taxman
TAX OFFICE, noun. A government-established place (building, office, shop, or counter) where you can go or phone to discuss your tax affairs.
TAX OFFICES, noun. Plural of tax office
TAX PROTESTER, noun. (legal) In the United States, a person who denies the obligation to pay a tax for which the government has determined that person is liable, based on a belief that the government lacks the legal authority to impose taxes.
TAX PROTESTERS, noun. Plural of tax protester
TAX RATE, noun. A rate, usually a percentage rate, at which something is taxed.
TAX REDUCTION, noun. A reduction of one or more tax rates.
TAX RELIEF, noun. A reduction in the amount of tax that an individual or company has to pay.
TAX RESISTER, noun. In the United States, a person who resists or refuses to pay a tax for which the government has determined that person is liable, based on a disagreement with the policies of the government.
TAX RESISTERS, noun. Plural of tax resister
TAX RETURN, noun. A report filed with a national or local tax authority for determining the amount of taxation, usually consisting of forms completed by a taxpayer.
TAX REVENUE, noun. The total revenue which a taxing entity - state, municipality etc. - gets from all taxes.
TAX SHELTER, noun. A legal structure that reduces tax liability for a person or that person's assets.
TAX SHELTERS, noun. Plural of tax shelter
TAX SHIELD, noun. The reduction in income taxes that results from taking an allowable deduction from taxable income.
TAX STAMP, noun. A revenue stamp
TAX VALUE, noun. The services a tax payer receives in return for paying taxes to support school, municipal, county, state and federal budgets. Tax Value is stated in services per dollar.
TAX YEAR, noun. Fiscal year
TAX, noun. Charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government.
TAX, verb. Levy a tax on; "The State taxes alcohol heavily"; "Clothing is not taxed in our state".
TAX, verb. Set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine).
TAX, verb. Use to the limit; "you are taxing my patience".
TAX, verb. Make a charge against or accuse; "They taxed him failure to appear in court".
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