purchase tax


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purchase tax

n
(Economics) Brit a tax levied on nonessential consumer goods and added to selling prices by retailers
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purchase tax

n (Brit) → imposta sugli acquisti
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At the state level, the taxes that GST will subsume include state cesses and surcharges, luxury tax, state VAT, purchase tax, central sales tax, taxes on advertisements, entertainment tax, all forms of entry tax, and taxes on lotteries and betting.
It also includes free European travel insurance, discounted worldwide travel insurance, the opportunity to purchase tax free childcare vouchers and discounts and other benefits at leading retailers For more information about Staysure's vacancies visit: http://www.
At its launch the Popular was Britain's lowest priced car, coming in at under PS400 including Purchase Tax.
I hasten to assure him that I am fully aware of the reasons for the introduction of purchase tax in World War Two.
China decreased the purchase tax on passenger cars with small engines in October, which continues to boost the auto market.
A contract for "the purchase tax stamps from 2016 to 2017.
Purchase tax is in the range of three percent, applicable on local and foreign businessmen.
Sales of new-energy vehicles have been strong since the second half of 2014 following the governments announcement to waive the purchase tax for new-energy vehicles in August.
SIR - As VAT is a cumulative tax on tax as it is applied at each stage of manufacture, we were conned when they said it would simply replace purchase tax.
The unfair Council Tax, the burden of which falls unfairly on a minority, should be replaced by a local purchase tax, (not paid on food, fuel, etc.
Continuing the tradition of good value British sports cars, Healey decided to make a high performance car costing PS1000, following the Government's decision to double the purchase tax on luxury cars over that value.
Repeal the PPACA health insurance purchase tax credit for small employers;