Definitions

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  • n. Something or someone that is assessed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who is assessed.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person (or property) that is assessed

Etymologies

assess + -ee (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The first step is to know whether you are an 'assessee', or a taxpayer in simple words.

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  • In Friday's statement, CBDT said it has treated Vodafone International Holdings as an assessee failing to withhold tax on the transaction, and sent the notice following the Supreme Court's direction to determine and quantify the tax liability of Vodafone within four weeks.

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  • Who will be the judge; why and how should he survey the oeuvre of the assessee?

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  • In appeal, the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) held that the assessee was entitled to a deduction under Section 80O.

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  • The judges said the issue before the court is as to find out whether the assessee had fulfilled the conditions specified in Section 800.

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  • The judges noted that the income in respect of which deduction is claimed was not income, generally speaking, received for rendering professional service outside India but it was income received specifically for providing designs of the assessee outside India.

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  • Moreover, it is an admitted position that income in convertible foreign exchange was received by the assessee in India.

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  • As an assessee, you may claim that you didn't know whether a particular income is liable to be taxed or declared in the return.

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  • An assessee used to file his return on income from rent on receipt basis and was assessed accordingly up to? en EspaƱol

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  • The proposal then was to include fingerprints (two from each hand) and the face of the assessee in the biometric PAN card.

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