tax hike


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Noun1.tax hike - the amount by which taxes are increasedtax hike - the amount by which taxes are increased; "a tax increase of 15 percent"
increment, increase - the amount by which something increases; "they proposed an increase of 15 percent in the fare"
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Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea confirmed that Duterte signed the tobacco tax hike bill, which he certified as urgent.
A46-year old tobacco farmer, Clarito Raganit, looks forward to the passage of the new tobacco tax hike that will ensure additional funding for universal health care for all Filipinos and provide support to tobacco growers like him.
Stop saying it won't be a middle-class tax hike, because it will.
As Japan faces the world's highest public debt burden and an aging population, the Japanese government has decided to set a national sales tax hike that will be enacted in October. 
Asked how the sin tax hike would affect the funding of the Universal Healthcare Law, Pimentel said they should manage the tax hike first.
It's the first of five annual payroll tax hikes. By the time the CPP tax hike is fully phased in, a worker earning $60,000 will pay $380 more in taxes each year and their employers will pay $380 more.
During a Cabinet meeting Tuesday night, Duterte gave the go signal to proceed with the fuel tax hike.
The tax hike that imposes a tax of 35 per cent of gross profits on all gambling is now set to take effect on Monday.
Summary: Passengers leaving Lebanon from Monday will have to pay higher exit fees following a tax hike law that went into effect on Oct.
* NRF objects to "Brady suggestion." Logistics managers working with the world's largest retail trade association may take heed of warnings that the "Brady suggestion" represents a middle class tax hike. The National Retail Federation (NRF) recently condemned a proposal by House Ways and Means chairman Kevin Brady to phase in a border adjustment tax over five years.
TOKYO (CyHAN)- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to hold off for the second time the consumption tax hike planned for next April, local media reported Friday citing sources close to Abe.