tax

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Englisch - Türkisch
vergi

Sanırım onlar ithalatlara ağır bir vergi koymalılar. - I think they should put a heavy tax on imports.

Nereden iyi bir vergi avukatı bulabilirim? - Where can I get hold of a good tax lawyer?

{f} vergi koymak
vergilendirmek
yormak
külfet
yük

Bill Clinton'un vergileri yükselteceğini söyledi. - He said Bill Clinton would raise taxes.

İthalat malları yüksek vergilere tabidir. - Import goods are subject to high taxes.

zorlamak
{f} vergilendir

Vergilendirme gelire bağlıdır. - Taxation is based on income.

Vergilendirme ciddi bir konudur. - Taxation is a serious issue.

isnat etmek
tax certificate icra yoluyla alman mülkün vergi borcunun ödendiğini belirten vesika
{i} haraç
yüklemek
{i} resim
külfet olmak
{i} vergi,vergi
{f} suçlamak
mahkeme masrafım tayin etmek
{i} (tahsil edilen/koyulan) vergi
{i} harç
{f} mahkeme masrafını belirlemek
{i} vergilendirme

Vergilendirme gelire bağlıdır. - Taxation is based on income.

Vergilendirme ciddi bir konudur. - Taxation is a serious issue.

vergi yüklemek
{f} yük olmak
{i} (birinin takatını, sabrını v.b.'ni) zorlayan şey: This is a real tax on my patience. Sabrımı zorlayan
zorlamak (takat/sabır vb'ni)
tax refund
vergi iadesi
tax collection
(Bilim, İlim) Vergi toplama, vergi tahsilatı
tax evasion
vergi kaçırma

Al Capone sonunda vergi kaçırmaktan hapse atıldı. - Al Capone was finally sent away for tax evasion.

tax administration
vergi dairesi
tax advantage
vergi avantajı
tax allowance
vergi muafiyeti
tax assessment
vergiye esas miktar
tax assessment
vergi tahakkuku
tax assessor
vergi memuru
tax avoidance
vergiden kaçınma
tax avoidance
vergi iptali
tax base
vergi matrahı
tax base
vergi esası
tax benefit
vergi karı
tax bill
vergi hesabı
tax boost
vergi artırımı
tax bracket
vergi ayırımı
tax bracket
vergi baremi
tax bracket
vergi dilimi
tax break
vergi kaçırma
tax collector
vergi tahsildarı
tax collector
tahsildar
tax consultant
vergi müşaviri
tax deductible
vergiden düşülebilir
tax deduction
vergi indirimi
tax dodger
vergi kaçakçısı
tax evader
vergi kaçakçısı

Siz bir vergi kaçakçısı mısınız? - Are you a tax evader?

tax evasion
vergi kaçağı
tax exempt
vergisiz
tax exempt
vergiden muaf
tax free
vergisiz
tax hike
vergi artırımı
tax income
vergi geliri
tax increase
vergi artışı
tax liability
vergi borcu
tax liability
vergi yükümlülüğü
tax on land
arazi vergisi
tax payer
vergi sorumlusu
tax payer
vergi mükellefi
tax policy
vergi politikası
tax program
vergi programı
tax rate
vergi oranı
tax rebate
vergi iadesi
tax relief
vergi indirimi
tax return
vergi iadesi
tax return
vergi beyanı
tax revenue
vergi geliri
tax shelter
vergi koruması
tax system
vergi sistemi
tax value
vergi değeri
tax with
ile suçlamak
tax-free
vergiden muaf olan
tax-free
vergisiz

Bu vergisiz bir satış mağazası mı? - Is this a tax-free shop?

tax-free income
vergi dışı gelir
tax-free investment
vergiden muaf yatırım
tax accrual
Verginin ödenmesi gerekli aşamaya gelmesi, verginin tahakkuk etmesi
tax auditor
Vergi denetçisi
tax breaks
vergi indirimleri
tax cut
Vergi kesintisi
tax dispute
Vergi anlaşmazlığı, vergi uyuşmazlığı
tax diversion
vergi kaçırma
tax eligible amount
vergilendirilebilen tutar
tax exemptions
vergi muafiyetleri
tax exile
vergi sürgün
tax farming
vergi çiftçilik
tax form
Vergi belgesi
tax havens
vergi cennetleri
tax incentive
Vergi teşviki için vergi indirimi
tax load
vergi yükü
tax loss
vergi kaybı
tax multiplier
vergi çarpanı
tax number
vergi numarası
tax office
vergi dairesi
tax reduction
Vergi indirimi
tax resident
yerleşik vergi mükellefi

this company is not tax resident in Turkey.

tax settlement
Vergi uzlaşması
tax sheltered
vergi korunaklı
tax sparing
Korumalı mahsup
tax wedge
vergi kama
tax which employers must pay
işveren ödemek zorundadır vergi
tax-free
vergiden muaf

Bu kaynaktan elde edilen gelir, vergiden muaftır. - The income from this source is tax-free.

Vergiden muaf eşyaların var mı? - Do you have any tax-free articles?

taxes
vergiler

O, vergileri artırdığı için eleştirildi. - He was criticized for raising taxes.

İthalat malları yüksek vergilere tabidir. - Import goods are subject to high taxes.

tax return
(fiil)rgi beyanı, vergi beyannamesi
tax return
vergi beyannamesi
taxer
vergi memuru
Englisch - Englisch
To impose and collect a tax from (a person)

Some think to tax the wealthy is the fairest.

A burdensome demand
To make excessive demands on
To impose and collect a tax on (something)

Some think to tax wealth is destructive of a private sector.

Money paid to the government other than for transaction-specific goods and services
{n} an impost, duty, trigute, censure, charge
{v} to lay a tax, impose, accuse, charge
- A compulsory charge levied by a governmental unit against the wealth of a person, natural or corporate
To impose and collect a tax
Professional services that assist clients in complying with applicable tax laws and regulations, including tax return preparation services, consulting with clients for tax planning purposes, and representing clients before the IRS or other taxing authorities
To subject to the payment of a tax or taxes; to impose a tax upon; to lay a burden upon; especially, to exact money from for the support of government
To charge; to accuse; also, to censure; often followed by with, rarely by of before an indirect object; as, to tax a man with pride
Charge; censure
Either a fee payable by the purchaser of property or of rights to property subject to taxation, or an aggregate amount of fees due from the taxpayer, as the context may require
– Tax is the amount you legally owe the government Most taxpayers use either the Tax Table or the Tax Rate Schedules to calculate their income tax However, there are special methods if your income includes any capital gains, lump-sum distributions, farm income, or investment income over $1,500 for children under age 14 Back to Top
set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)
make a charge against or accuse; "They taxed him failure to appear in court"
A charge, especially a pecuniary burden which is imposed by authority
A lesson to be learned; a task
A disagreeable or burdensome duty or charge; as, a heavy tax on time or health
charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government
As applied to real estate, an enforced charge imposed on persons, property or income, to be used to support the State
Especially, the sum laid upon specific things, as upon polls, lands, houses, income, etc
A government levy based on the market price of products and services that are sold
levy a tax on; "The State taxes alcohol heavily"; "Clothing is not taxed in our state"
as, a land tax; a window tax; a tax on carriages, and the like
To assess, fix, or determine judicially, the amount of; as, to tax the cost of an action in court
Money paid to the government for financing public expenses
A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses There are many different kinds of taxes including income, sales, state local, federal taxes
use to the limit; "you are taxing my patience"
Tax is an amount of money that you have to pay to the government so that it can pay for public services. They are calling for large spending cuts and tax increases. a pledge not to raise taxes on people below a certain income
a charge levied upon persons or things by a government
A sum of money imposed on incomes, sales, or property by a government for its support
When a person or company is taxed, they have to pay a part of their income or profits to the government. When goods are taxed, a percentage of their price has to be paid to the government. Husband and wife are now taxed separately on their incomes The Bonn government taxes profits of corporations at a rate that is among the highest in Europe
{f} impose a tariff, impose a levy; burden, demand too much
Means a tax, interest, or penalty levied under this act
A compulsory payment to the government for services of general benefit to all, an enforced charge levied on property, goods or income
A payment imposed upon persons or groups for governmental support The power to impose and collect federal taxes is given to the Congress in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution Collections that arise from the sovereign powers of the federal government constitute the bulk of governmental receipts, which are compared with budget outlays to calculate a budget surplus or deficit
A payment to federal, state, and/or local governments based on the sales price of a product, on worker income, or on other property and activities
A percentage of your salary that is deducted and given to the government The level of deduction depends upon the salary you earn Individuals and companies have to pay tax
A sum imposed or levied upon the members of a society to defray its expenses
It pays for the hospitals, roads, police and much more Stop whinging
money paid to the Government used for general public needs -- "The tax on the meals " (117)
charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government make a charge against or accuse; "They taxed him failure to appear in court"
That form of coercion or interference with the Free Market in which the State collects tribute (the tax), allowing it to hire armed forces to practice coercion in defense of privilege, and also to engage in such wars, adventures, experiments, "reforms," etc , as it pleases not at its own cost, but at the cost of "its" subjects
A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government
A type of lien placed on a title when the owner has not paid property or assessment taxes or other state and federal taxes
If something taxes your strength, your patience, or your resources, it uses nearly all of them, so that you have great difficulty in carrying out what you are trying to do. Overcrowding has taxed the city's ability to deal with waste see also taxing, council tax, income tax, poll tax, value added tax. an amount of money that you must pay to the government according to your income, property, goods etc and that is used to pay for public services tax on. Government levy on persons, groups, or businesses. Taxes are a general obligation of taxpayers and are not paid in exchange for any specific benefit. They have existed since ancient times property taxes and sales taxes were known in ancient Rome but tariffs were favoured over internal taxes as a source of revenue. In modern economies, there has been a trend away from tariffs in favour of internal taxes, which provide the majority of revenues. Taxes have three functions: to cover government spending, to promote stable economic growth, and to lessen inequalities in the distribution of income and wealth. They have also been used for nonfiscal reasons, such as to encourage or discourage certain activities (e.g., cigarette consumption). Taxes may be classified as direct or indirect. Direct taxes are those that the taxpayer cannot shift onto someone else; they are mainly taxes on persons and are based on an individual's ability to pay as measured by income or net wealth. Direct taxes include income taxes, taxes on net worth, death duties (i.e., inheritance and estate taxes), and gift taxes. Indirect taxes are those that can be shifted in whole or in part to someone other than the person legally responsible for payment. These include excise taxes, sales taxes, and value-added taxes. Taxes may also be classified according to the effect they have on the distribution of wealth. A proportional tax is one that imposes the same relative burden on all taxpayers, unlike progressive taxes and regressive taxes. capital gains tax consumption tax corporate income tax estate tax income tax inheritance tax investment tax credit luxury tax poll tax progressive tax property tax regressive tax sales tax single tax value added tax
A task exacted from one who is under control; a contribution or service, the rendering of which is imposed upon a subject
The total estimated tax paid, including any amount economy [except tax economy under 26 U S C 5232(a)]
1 To strain or push to the point of exhaustion 2 To levy an assessment against, usually by government powers Unpaid taxes usually form a special lien on property owned by the taxpayer, ahead of registered mortgages 3 The money charged as an assessment
{i} levy, fee
Tax as applied to real estate is an enforced charge imposed on persons, property, or income to be used to support the State The governing body in turn utilizes the funds in the best ingerest of the general public
An enforced charge imposed on persons, property and income, that is used to support the government
A charge or burden laid upon persons or property for the support of a government
A proportionate or fixed amount of strength to be deducted from all or some classifiers
money that people pay to the government
tax accounting
Those accounting activities related to tax
tax assessment
the value set on taxable property
tax avoidance
The legal exploitation of the tax rules to minimize tax payments
tax bracket
A range over which a piecewise linear, generally progressive, tax is linear
tax brackets
plural form of tax bracket
tax break
A deduction in tax that is given in order to encourage a certain economic activity or a social objective
tax clinic
A volunteer organization where income tax returns are prepared for qualifying low income tax payers
tax collector
One who has the responsibility for collecting taxes

After the assessment has been made the file passes to the tax collector.

tax collectors
plural form of tax collector
tax evader
One who illegally avoids paying tax (for example, by not declaring income)
tax evasion
The illegal avoidance of paying tax, especially by making a false declaration of income etc
tax free
Of an item being sold with the proprietor paying the taxes on behalf of the consumer, or of an item that exploits a particular loophole (or an intentional temporary waiver of a particular tax by the government.)
tax haven
A country that levies low taxes on foreign businesses
tax havens
plural form of tax haven
tax incentive
An inducement offered in the form of an abatement of taxes
tax incentives
plural form of tax incentive
tax lot
A grouping of security holdings in an account used for enabling the calculation and treatment of the securities for tax compliance and reporting
tax lot
An parcel of real property on which property taxes are levied
tax lots
plural form of tax lot
tax protester
In the United States, a person who denies the obligation to pay a tax for which the government has determined that person is liable, based on a belief that the government lacks the legal authority to impose taxes

Some people believe with great fervor preposterous things that just happen to coincide with their self-interest. Tax protesters have convinced themselves that wages are not income, that only gold is money, that the Sixteenth Amendment is unconstitutional, and so on. These beliefs all lead--so tax protesters think--to the elimination of their obligation to pay taxes.''.

tax protesters
plural form of tax protester
tax rate
A rate, usually a percentage rate, at which something is taxed
tax reduction
A reduction of one or more tax rates
tax resister
In the United States, a person who resists or refuses to pay a tax for which the government has determined that person is liable, based on a disagreement with the policies of the government
tax resisters
Plural of tax resister
tax return
A report filed with a national or local tax authority for determining the amount of taxation, usually consisting of forms completed by a taxpayer
tax shelter
A legal structure that reduces tax liability for a person or that person's assets
tax shelters
plural form of tax shelter
tax shield
The reduction in income taxes that results from taking an allowable deduction from taxable income
tax stamp
Adhesive stamp used to pay tax rather than postage, sometimes used on official documents
tax value
The services a tax payer receives in return for paying taxes to support school, municipal, county, state and federal budgets. Tax Value is stated in services per dollar
tax-
Alternative form of taxo
tax-deductible
That is exempt from payment of income tax
tax-deferred
Describing something that tax will not be due on until a later time (i.e. taxation is deferred to a later time)
tax-exempt
Describing something that is not taxed

As a religious charity it is tax-exempt, so all money collected goes to its good works.

tax-free
exempt from taxation
tax-sheltered
Describing money or other assets protected by a tax shelter
tax credit
A direct reduction in tax liability (not dependent on the taxpayer's tax bracket)
tax efficient
Having less of a tax consequence than other similar investments
tax incidence
(Ekonomi) In economics, tax incidence is the analysis of the effect of a particular tax on the distribution of economic welfare. Tax incidence is said to "fall" upon the group that, at the end of the day, bears the burden of the tax. The key concept is that the tax incidence or tax burden does not depend on where the revenue is collected, but on the price elasticity of demand and price elasticity of supply. For example, a tax on apple farmers might actually be paid by owners of agricultural land or consumers of apples
tax planning
(Ekonomi) Devising strategies throughout the year in order to minimize tax liability, for example, by choosing a tax filing status which is most beneficial to the taxpayer

In many cases aggressive tax planning is self-defeating.

tax rebate
(Ekonomi) A tax refund or tax rebate is a refund on taxes when the tax liability is less than the taxes paid. Taxpayers can often get a tax refund on their income tax if the tax they owe is less than the sum of the total amount of the withholding taxes and estimated taxes that they paid, plus the refundable tax credits that they claim
tax refund
(Ekonomi) A tax refund or tax rebate is a refund on taxes when the tax liability is less than the taxes paid. Taxpayers can often get a tax refund on their income tax if the tax they owe is less than the sum of the total amount of the withholding taxes and estimated taxes that they paid, plus the refundable tax credits that they claim
tax wedge
The tax wedge is the deviation from equilibrium price/quantity as a result of a taxation, which results in consumers paying more, and suppliers receiving less
tax-farming
(Tarih) Tax farming was originally a Roman practice whereby the burden of tax collection was reassigned by the Roman State to private individuals or groups. In essence, these individuals or groups paid the taxes for a certain area and for a certain period of time and then attempted to cover their outlay by collecting money or saleable goods from the people within that area. The system was set up by Gaius Gracchus in 123 BC primarily to increase the efficiency of tax collection within Rome itself but the system quickly spread to the Provinces
taxed
Simple past tense and past participle of tax
taxed
Subject to taxation
taxes
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tax
taxes
: The mass noun for money paid to the government for public purposes
taxes
plural form of taxis
taxes
plural form of tax
taxing
Present participle of tax
a tax
{n} geld
taxer
{n} one who taxes, one who inspects, bills
tax code
A code that determines what and how much tax is deducted
tax code
The Internal Revenue Code
tax code
Your tax code (also called you PAYE code) enables your allowances to be taken into account when calculating the tax to be deducted from your pay under the PAYE (Pay As You Earn) scheme The code number is constructed by adding the allowances available and deducting benefits in kind from which tax cannot be deducted, and other untaxed income It can also be adjusted to collect amounts of income tax not deducted in earlier years
tax code
The two-digit code used to designate the tax type, (also rate, and calculation method), that will be applied to a transaction
tax return
document giving the tax collector information about the taxpayer's tax liability; "his gross income was enough that he had to file a tax return
tax return
The return which the Inland Revenue may require you to send to them This return would include details of all of your income and gains for a tax year as well as any claims for tax reliefs and allowances
tax return
document giving the tax collector information about the taxpayer's tax liability; "his gross income was enough that he had to file a tax return"
tax return
A document required by the Australian Tax Office at the end of the financial year containing a person's income tax details
tax return
A form that is completed by a taxpayer that shows his or her income and other tax information
tax return
A tax return is an official form that you fill in with details about your income and personal situation, so that the tax you owe can be calculated. the form on which you have to give information so that your tax can be calculated
tax return
return of surplus tax money that was paid
taxed
past of tax
taxer
{i} tax imposer, one who regulates taxes
taxer
a bureaucrat who levies taxes
taxer
One who taxes
taxer
One of two officers chosen yearly to regulate the assize of bread, and to see the true gauge of weights and measures is observed
taxes
As a part of PITI, the amount of the monthly mortgage payment which does not include the principal, interest, and insurance
taxes
  Compulsory charges levied by a government for the purpose of financing services performed for the common benefit of the community   There are two types of taxes allowed by the Government Code: general taxes are imposed for general governmental purposes, and special taxes are imposed for specific purposes   This term does not include specific charges made against particular persons or property for current or permanent benefits, such as special assessments to finance certain public improvements  Neither does the term include charges for services rendered only to those paying such charges, such as, for example, building permit fees
taxes
plural of tax
taxes
a form of death before death; it is avoidable thanks to the ALBERTA ADVANTAGE
taxes
The mass noun for money paid to the government for public purposes
taxes
Compulsory charges levied by a government to finance services performed for the common benefit This term does not include specific charges made against particular persons or property for current or permanent benefits such as special assessments It does not include charges for services such as water and sewer service charges
taxes
The FCC as well as federal and state governments require that the carriers charge you these for your usage This money goes towards emergency 911 systems (FCC), luxury tax (federal), and sales tax (state) The state sales tax is generally the highest charge (6 5% in NC), but tends to benefit wireless users by funneling back to their community of residence and can be used to improve that community's communication infrastructure
taxes
first mentioned in the command (Ex 30: 11-16) that every Jew from twenty years and upward should pay an annual tax of "half a shekel for an offering to the Lord " This enactment was faithfully observed for many generations (2 Chr 24: 6; Matt 17: 24)
taxes
This is normally a contribution of support for a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government Prepaid service providers are using high taxes as a form of rate manipulation Beware of prepaid phone cards, which state "taxes may apply " The total price of TCASTalk Prepaid Calling Cards or International Phone Cards includes an additional charge of 10 81% for federal taxes and surcharges at the final stage of "Checkout "
taxes
This is still one of the guarantees in life and business Through taxes are not included in any quoted pricing, you can be sure that, if they apply, they'll be on the final invoice
taxes
Third person form of to tax
taxes
Compulsory charges levied within its boundaries by a governmental unit against the income or property of persons, natural or corporate, to support its activities for the common benefit
taxes
As applied to real estate, Property Taxes paid to the government, usually the County or State, to support education, police, fire protection, etc
taxes
Total taxes paid minus transfer payments
taxes
Property taxes payable on the home to be purchased Lenders will take the annual amount of property taxes to be paid on the home and divide by 12 to determine the property tax obligation on a monthly basis for qualifying purposes
taxes
Property taxes payable on the home to be purchased Lenders will take the annual amount of property taxes to be paid on the home and divide by twelve to determine the property tax obligation on a monthly basis for qualifying purposes
taxes
As a part of PITI, the amount of the monthly mortgage payment, which does not include the principal, interest, and insurance
taxes
The taxes levied against the transit agency by Federal, State and Local governments
taxes
Your Tax Bill Property Tax Rates Tax Relief Manufactured Homes C A U V Estate Tax SalesTax
taxes
Contributions or fees for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government
taxes
Taxes are compulsory contributions exacted by a government for public purposes, other than for employee and employer assessments and contributions to finance retirement and social insurance trust systems and for special assessments to pay capital improvements Tax revenue comprises gross amounts collected (including interest and penalties) minus amounts paid under protest and amounts refunded during the same period It consists of all taxes imposed by a government whether the government collects the taxes itself or relies on another government to act as its collection agent Source: U S Census Bureau Government Finance and Employment Classification Manual
taxes
A forced contribution of wealth to meet the public need for government
taxes
Enter the total amount of taxes deducted on Schedule A (except for any generation-skipping transfer taxes on income distributions)
taxes
Taxes vary from state to state and so do their application to lease agreements You're best off consulting your accountant, or talking with several independent sources from the dealership or lease company Some dealerships have played shenanigans with taxes in the past in regard to leases Remember that the lease company is probably not paying taxes on the purchase of the car, and you shouldn't, either That said, you may have to pay taxes on the portion of the vehicle that you are using -- the depreciated amount (some states call this "use tax") Be careful of taxes being rolled into your capitalization costs, since you may be paying finance fees and depreciation charges on taxes! Know what your state tax laws are, and if they are being applied correctly to your particular lease agreement
taxes
Taxes vary from state to state and so do their application to lease agreements so we recommend talking to an accountant or asking the dealer to itemize for you what exactly you are paying for when it comes to taxes
taxing
With respect to an experience: exhausting; draining
taxing
A taxing task or problem is one that requires a lot of mental or physical effort. It's unlikely that you'll be asked to do anything too taxing. = demanding. needing a lot of effort = demanding
taxing
{s} extremely demanding, tiring, wearying, exhausting, burdensome
taxing
not easily borne; wearing; "the burdensome task of preparing the income tax return"; "my duties weren't onerous; I only had to greet the guests"; "a taxing schedule"
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