tax hike

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: 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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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.
Rauner does have three things going for him, however: money; the income tax hike passed over his veto; and Madigan himself.
Summary: Passengers leaving Lebanon from Monday will have to pay higher exit fees following a tax hike law that went into effect on Oct.
It's a massive middle class tax hike based on unproven economic theory, and doing it more slowly won't make it any less harmful to millions of American workers.
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.
With private consumption making only a feeble recovery from last quarter's slump, the data keeps alive market expectations that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will delay a scheduled sales tax hike next year, analysts said.
API issued a statement of support for Congressman Boustanys resolution against the administrations proposed tax hike on crude oil.
Greece offered new measures including a tax hike on shipping companies and scrapping tax breaks for its islands in the latest proposal sent to creditors on Thursday for a cash-for-reforms deal, as Athens races to win new funds to avert bankruptcy.
EVERY home in the country will be hit with an average tax hike of over [euro]1,000 if Sinn Fein gets into Government, it has been claimed.
Kalibo, Aklan - The Aklan provincial government is appealing the decision of the Department of Justice (DOJ) which asserts that the new tax hike imposed on real property is legal.
Snap election called in Japan JAPAN'S prime minister has called a snap election and put off a sales tax hike planned for next year as the country struggles to fend off recession.
The premier also said he has decided to postpone the scheduled sales tax hike to 10 percent by 18 months until April 2017.