tax revenue

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Noun1.tax revenue - government income due to taxationtax revenue - government income due to taxation  
government income, government revenue - income available to the government
internal revenue - government revenue from domestic sources (excluding customs)
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Two states, Alaska and Wyoming, saw a decrease in total tax revenue primarily because of a decline from 2012 in severance tax revenues.
17, 2012 (CENS)--Taiwan's tax revenues in November came to NT$162.
Japan's general account tax revenues in November fell 25.
To compensate for shrinking state and local tax revenues, governments are making substantial legislative and regulatory adjustments--from disallowing Federal deductions, to restricting use of net operating losses (NOLs), to broadly proscribing perceived "abusive tax shelters," to expanding the tax base and/or tax rates for transactional taxes.
The 17 dealers on Valencia Auto Row and the dozens of stores in the Valencia Town Center generate about 25 percent of the city's sales tax revenues, said Interim Finance Director Barbara Boswell said.
The series 2006 bonds are secured by an irrevocable first lien on all the city's franchise and sales and use tax revenues on parity with existing debt.
12, 2011 (CENS)--Taiwan's tax revenues came to NT$1.
Japan's tax revenues for fiscal 2008 will most likely fall far below the government's latest projection of 46,429.
Los Angeles faces a double whammy of slumping tax revenues and rising police overtime and legal costs, officials said Tuesday.
In addition to strong debt service coverage by sales tax revenues despite declines a few years ago, RTD's other positive credit features include the economic base's sound underpinnings, effective utilization of debt instruments, and a willingness to increase fares.
Taipei, July 15, 2011 (CENS)--Taiwan's tax revenues totaled NT$997.
2 percent was the largest in fiscal 2008 ended March 31, except April which is not comparable on a year-on-year basis as tax revenues normally fall into negative territory, according to an official at the ministry.