Noun(1) a tax that is measured by the amount of business done (not on property or income from real estate
Verb(1) remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line(2) levy an excise tax on(3) remove by cutting
(1) And with other levies such as stamp duty and vehicle excise duty also frozen, and with no high-profile tax rises, the Treasury last night insisted that overall tax burdens would not be affected.(2) Monthly abdominal ultrasounds should be performed for 1 year, with the hope of catching recurrences early enough to surgically excise them.(3) There is no hope of buying a bottle of wine here for ├ö├®┬╝2 at the current rate of excise duties and tax.(4) excise taxes on cigarettes(5) the precision with which surgeons can excise brain tumours(6) So while the Constitution empowered the federal government to levy taxes, it limited this power mostly to indirect taxes like tariffs, duties, and excise taxes.(7) Clearly we are not likely to lower regressive excise taxes on cigarettes, nor are we likely to lower the payroll tax for lower-income workers.(8) But when it is severe, it may require a surgical procedure by the dentist to excise the excessive gum tissue.(9) The surgeon must excise all necrotic tissue and expose all infection.(10) The notable exception was in the area of excise duty, where revenues fell from almost Ôö¼├║2.7 billion last year to Ôö¼├║1.99 billion.(11) General agreement was reported on oil revenues, questions of tax and excise duties and wealth distribution.(12) This allowed the surgeon to excise the tumor precisely and totally without damaging the speech center in the patient's brain.(13) The company said in a trading update that consumption in the Irish drinks market has fallen off due to the 45 per cent increase in excise duties on spirits introduced in the last budget.(14) On October 28, Parliament also approved a sharp hike in excise duties levied on cigarettes, to take effect starting next year.(15) Again, research into the side effects of legislation on excise taxes and customs duties will be necessary in order to help design efficient legislative proposals.(16) In return, drivers would pay no vehicle excise duty (road tax) at all.
(1) excise tax :: punktafgifter
1. duty ::
2. excise tax ::
4. delete ::
5. expunge ::
Different Formsexcise, excised, excises, excising
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