taxability


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Noun1.taxability - liability to taxation
liability - the state of being legally obliged and responsible
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taxability

n (subject to tax) → Steuerpflichtigkeit f; (of income)Besteuerungsfähigkeit f; (Jur) → Gebührenpflichtigkeit f
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However, to initiate a study, a practitioner should request tax calendars, returns, workpapers, taxability matrices for each state, and policy manuals from the subject company.
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After introducing the basic tax concepts, he provides chapters on structure of taxation of income, taxability of salary income, depreciation allowance, capital gains taxation, tax reliefs and tax incentives, corporate taxation and dividend income, assessment of income, and compliance and enforcement.
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