nontax

nontax

(ˌnɒnˈtæks)
adj
(Economics) not involving or relating to tax, not derived from or due to tax
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3% drop in "tax and nontax payments" that reflected a partial incorporation of the new tax plan, alongside an associated savings rate pop to 3.
88 trillion would come from taxes, including those from Train, and nontax revenues.
These "timeout" situations typically occur when the CPA is concerned that the matter will "go criminal," the matter requires knowledge of the rules of civil discovery and evidence that apply to possible court proceedings, or the matter requires knowledge of nontax administrative law.
The loss of nontax revenues related to the closure of the Manas Transit Center in 2014 will create headwinds for the fiscal consolidation that is needed to reduce vulnerabilities, rebuild policy buffers, and ensure macroeconomic stability and debt sustainability," Mr.
Educate yourself on behalf of your company, firm or clients and get the answers you need regarding the nontax related issues of implementing the ACA.
When there is a properly documented nontax business reason for a transfer of property, the Tax Court recently found that property transferred into a family limited partnership during the life of a decedent was not included in her gross estate.
Individual chapters address the basic principles of classic tax policy, economic development and interstate tax competition, the political interests that influence tax policymaking, the political issues associated with specific types of taxes, sales and use tax, personal income tax, corporate income tax, other tax categories, and nontax revenue sources.
David Dewhurst said Wednesday that a special subcommittee will be named Monday to find $5 billion in nontax revenue for use in the next two-year budget cycle.
The government used more than 10 trillion yen in nontax revenue, including surplus funds in special accounts, dubbed ''buried treasure,'' for the fiscal 2010 budget.
Therefore, one could argue that the step 1 F reorganization is consummated solely for nontax business reasons.
In attempting to understand the step transaction doctrine, it is important to recognize that the following overlapping, and sometimes indistinguishable, doctrines can also be applied to any given set of facts: (1) the tax avoidance doctrine (transaction primarily intended to reduce taxes rather than to achieve nontax business or personal objectives); (2) the substance-over-form doctrine (transaction has minimal, if any, nontax consequences); and (3) the business purpose doctrine (transaction has no business purpose).
In terms of nontax revenue, the government will secure 3.