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  • noun Any fee, assessment, etc. that is not a tax.


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non- +‎ tax


  • The Senate is scheduled to take up several nontax issues when it returns and is expected to leave for Thanksgiving soon after, possibly pushing a vote on taxes into December.

    Delays to

  • Total revenues, which includes all taxes as well as nontax items such as the surplus on the national lottery, rose to €16.74 billion compared with €15.29 billion during the same period last year.

    Irish Budget Deficit Widens on Payment to Banks

  • Heartened by the success of a whistleblower program for nontax issues such as government contracts, Congress overhauled the special tax provisions on whistleblowers and set up the IRS's large-award program.

    Taxes: How To Turn In Your Neighbor to the IRS

  • Stripping out a $53 million nontax accounting gain from the deal, revenue fell 12% from a year earlier to $457 million, missing analysts' estimates.

    Fixed-Income Trading Plunges at Jefferies

  • Mr. Young, who has won three big nontax whistleblower cases, wouldn't disclose his client's name or firm, but did say the person is retired.

    Taxes: How To Turn In Your Neighbor to the IRS

  • The revenue would comprise part of nontax revenues needed for a ¥12-trillion spending package for earthquake reconstruction.

    Japan Tobacco Net Jumps 24%

  • Republicans said that mischaracterizes the plan, which they said includes $229 billion in new revenue from various nontax sources, including selling federal properties, selling broadband spectrum and increasing airport security fees.

    Smaller Deficit Deal Floated

  • Sure, trust-loving lawyers are now touting the nontax virtues of trusts--protecting assets from creditors, from those who prey on the elderly and from a new spouse if a widow remarries.

    Married, With Assets

  • He said the government would raise 1.25 trillion rupees in nontax revenue; 400 billion rupees of that will come from sales of stakes in state-owned enterprises such as Steel Authority of India and Indian Oil Corp.

    India and Brazil Introduce New Plans to Cut Spending, Shrink Deficits

  • But it intends to pay down the debt by March 2023 using proceeds from a planned ¥9.2-trillion tax-increase bill and a separate plan to raise as much as ¥7 trillion in nontax revenue.

    Tokyo Approves Details of Reconstruction Budget


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