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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Advocate Shahid Nawaz Buzdar told The Nation that foolscap size papers having revenue stamp of specific value such as Rs20, Rs50, Rs100 and Rs500 are important legal papers for transactions like buying, selling or renting of a property.
An excise stamp is a type of revenue stamp affixed to some exciseable goods to indicate that the required excise tax has been paid by the manufacturer.
In addition the draft law also provides for an increase in the value of the revenue stamp applied to telephone services (from 0.
He said that the importers have not been paying the revenue stamp duty to the national exchequer since 2010.
For instance, adding the revenue stamp value to the telephone invoice (which is one form of indirect taxes being proposed) directly affects telecommunications cost.
Val Culley, ACCA spokesperson for the West Midlands, said: 'Any purchaser of property must deliver a Land Transaction Return to the Inland Revenue Stamp Taxes Office within 30 days after the date of the transaction.
Among her works available in English translation are Selected Poems (1982); Revenue Stamp (1976), her autobiography; and Black Rose (1968), a novel.
Nutmeg Stamp Sales have been offering more than 14,000 lots per month and are currently preparing a single-state revenue stamp auction comprised of more than 10,000 lots to be offered in June 2005.
TUNIS, (TAP) - The price of the revenue stamp imposed on travellers to receive their foreign currency declaration on their entry to Tunisia has increased from 3 to 10 dinars, under Article 45 of the Finance Law 2015, said Colonel Mohamed Hedi Safer, Director of the Office of Studies and Legislation at the General Customs Administration.
The star lot of the sale is the 1897 Three Cents Red Revenue stamp, the value of which was changed to one dollar using small Chinese characters.
The Inland Revenue Stamp Office has recently spotted that a loophole was allowing companies to avoid stamp duty on commercial property worth up to pounds 10 million.
John Hodgson, senior tax partner at Grant Thornton, said the Inland Revenue Stamp Office had spotted that a loophole was allowing companies to avoid stamp duty on commercial property.