departure tax

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Noun1.departure tax - a tax that is levied when you are departing a country by land or sea or air
revenue enhancement, tax, taxation - charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government
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The PSC is separate from the departure tax, set to kick in from September 1.
As AIA is liable for air departure tax, passengers have to pay between PS13 and PS172 to fly out of the airport
A north-east Tory yesterday claimed the Scottish Government's reputation has been damaged after it emerged ministers sent letters committing themselves to abolishing Air Departure Tax (ADT).
Last week's decision to scrap the plans to first halve and then do away with Air Departure Tax was a great move in the right direction and exactly the kind of thing a country which has delcared a 'Climate Emergency' should do.
The SNP had promised to lower air departure tax - claiming it damaged Scottish tourism.
That is why we are again calling on both the Scottish ANDWESTMINSTER governments to work together to break the current deadlock around Air Departure Tax."
All travelers leaving Japan will have to pay a departure tax from next year to help boost tourism for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Yousefnejad added that a fixed price has not been designated in the budget law for the next year, but the government is expecting to earn 12 trillion rials ($270 million) from the departure tax alone next year.
Based on the amended Income Tax Law, which becomes effective as of January 1, 2018, legal persons will have to pay a departure tax.Tax will be imposed on Slovak companies moving their assets abroad, as well as in cases when foreign companies active in Slovakia move their assets to another country.
Departure tax is also planned to be increase three times to 220,000 tomans per passenger.
The Scottish Parliament overwhelmingly approved the Scottish Government's Air Departure Tax (Scotland) Bill in the Stage One vote on 25 April, with the vote going 112 to four in favour with six abstentions.