TAX LÀ GÌ

     
(an amount of) money paid to the government that is based on your income or the cost of goods or services you have bought:
 

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(an amount of) money paid lớn the government, usually a percentage of personal income or of the cost of goods or services bought:
A tax refund is money returned to you from the government because you have paid more than you needed lớn for a particular year.
an amount paid lớn the government based on a person"s income, a company’s profits, the value of goods và services, etc, or this money considered together:
avoid/evade/escape tax Huge companies have the money to lớn pay lawyers who advise them on ways khổng lồ avoid tax.

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increase/put up/raise taxes Many of the opposition"s proposals will be very difficult khổng lồ achieve without raising taxes.
introduce/impose/levy a tax (on sth) The city has levied a tax of €1,000 on any SUVs registered to city-center addresses.

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tax cuts/increases/rises The government must tighten its budget next year khổng lồ offset poorly timed tax cuts.
to make people or businesses pay an amount of money khổng lồ the government from the money they earn, or when they buy goods or services:
In practice the pace of expenditure and deficit reduction was in advance of that planned and as a consequence tax relaxation was possible.
Thus, the spending of the new pesticide tax proceeds, to lớn a great extent, would redistribute money from conventional khổng lồ organic farming.
Public policy remains important for the third tier though, in terms both of tax treatment và regulation.
An inefficient tax system could thus have survived if political rigidities prevented a ruler from changing it.
Still, a public economist would remind us that looking at whether environmental tax swaps increase employment or not tells us nothing about social welfare.
This should rather have strengthened their original support for the tax, instead of turning them against it.
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