revenue stamp

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revenue stamp

n.
A stamp affixed to an item as proof that a government tax has been paid.

rev′enue stamp`


n.
a stamp showing that a governmental tax has been paid.
[1860–65]
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Noun1.revenue stamp - a small piece of adhesive paper that is put on an object to show that a government tax has been paid
piece of paper, sheet of paper, sheet - paper used for writing or printing
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To finance the salary scale, Khalil has proposed a series of measures in the bill such as raising taxes on interest on bank deposits from 5 to 7 percent, raising taxes on capital gains and profits from 15 to 17 percent, increasing taxes on real estate, hikes in road fees, imposing a 4-percent fee on the import of gasoil and fuel oil, and increasing fiscal stamp fees from LL3,000 to LL4,000, in addition to other taxes.
In Portugal, a time limit for the sale of cigarettes is set down, linked to the fiscal stamp on the packaging.
The lawyers' fiscal stamp is an instrument for an advance payment of the personal income tax for the income that individual lawyers make in cash when the reward for their rendered legal assistance is a small amount.
The bill also calls for raising taxes on interest on deposits from 5 to 7 percent, and slapping additional fines on the owners of illegal coastal properties; fees and taxes on the profits generated from the sales of properties; and a fiscal stamp tax.
This is envisaged in the new draft-law on lawyer's fiscal stamp.
The fiscal stamp fee will also rise from LL3,000 to LL4,000 and the fiscal stamp fee on phone bills will rise by LL1,500.
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Emerging from the Cabinet meeting, Information Minister Walid Daouk told reporters the ministers agreed in principle to raise the VAT on imported cars from 10 percent to 15 percent; increase taxes on interest on customer deposits from 5 to 7 percent; and increase the fiscal stamp fee on construction permits.
9 percent of the total, while the balance of nearly 5 percent originated from fiscal stamp fees.
In the administration, a strike of the office that issues fiscal stamps has also had a negative impact on economic activity.