tax assessment

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: assessment - the value set on taxable property
assessment - the market value set on assets
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The tax regulator in its defence stated it had started the process of scrutinizing individuals named in Panama leaks professionally but intended outcomes couldn't be achieved due to restrictions in local tax statute, specifically linked to time limitation to amend/reopen a completed tax assessment and obligatory disclosure requirements of Pakistani nationals in respect to their income and overseas assets.
A property tax assessment workshop will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.
9-billion 2001 tax assessment against former president and now Manila Mayor Joseph 'Erap' Estrada and his wife, former Senator Eloisa Ejercito.
Tenders are invited for provide property tax assessment services as the assessors agent.
2 million in erroneously collected income and business tax payments from 3M Philippines which remitted the tax based on an invalid tax assessment.
The tax regulations will also apply to these properties, which will also include the right to appeal the tax assessment," Farag added.
So I offer this solution for the elderly: if and when an elderly homeowner is having difficulty paying their real estate taxes, why not allow the municipality to make a financial assessment of the homeowner's ability to pay and adjust the real estate tax assessment to fit?
Tokyo, Sept 5, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - DENSO Corporation, on June 28, 2010, received a supplementary tax assessment order from the Nagoya Regional Taxation Bureau, pursuant to the provisions of the Special Taxation Act concerning tax havens.
NASDAQ: MTSL) said that it received a tax assessment from the Israeli tax authorities relating to the Tel-Aviv District Court's decision with respect to the 1997 to 1999 tax years.
The tax assessment is a number which is supposed to bear some relationship to the market value of a property.
Each state has adopted its own statutory definition of value to be estimated for purposes of annual real, estate tax assessment.
Theoretically the tax assessment would stick with the property even if it changed hands to a new owner, assuming deals like that survive negotiations between buyer and seller.