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  • 1 Taxation in the United Kingdom — This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the United Kingdom Central government HM Treasury HM Revenue and Customs …

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  • 2 Taxation in Switzerland — Taxes in Switzerland are levied by the Swiss Confederation, the cantons and the municipalities. Switzerland is a tax haven due to its general low rate of taxation, its political stability as well as the various tax exemptions or reductions… …

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  • 3 Taxation in Greece — is similar to most other developed nations, being based around two systems, direct and indirect taxation.Income TaxAll Income Tax in Greece is progressive. An individual in Greece is liable for tax on his income as an employee and on income as a… …

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  • 4 Taxation in New Zealand — is collected at a national level by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) on behalf of the Government of New Zealand. National taxes are levied on personal and business income, as well as on the supply of goods and services. There is no capital… …

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  • 5 TAXATION — This article is arranged according to the following outline: historical aspects legal aspects the biblical period the talmudic period the post talmudic period in general yardsticks of tax assessment taxable property Place of Residence, Business,… …

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  • 6 Taxation in the Republic of Ireland — The system of taxation in Ireland is broadly similar to the system of taxation in the United Kingdom. On an individual basis most people are taxed through the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system, based on their ability to pay the system is quite… …

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  • 7 Taxation in Germany — Taxes in Germany being a Federal Republic are levied by the federation ( Bund ), the States ( Länder ) as well as the Municipalities ( Kommunen ). Many direct and indirect taxes exist, whereof income tax and VAT are the most relevant. The German… …

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  • 8 Taxation in Australia — Personal income taxesOnly the federal government imposes income taxes on individuals, and this is the most significant source of revenue for this level of government. The state governments do not impose any income taxes, and have not done so… …

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  • 9 double taxation treaty — double taxation treaty, Also known as a double taxation agreement. An agreement between two countries under which the taxation authorities of each grant tax concessions or reliefs to prevent taxpayers being liable for tax on the same amount under …

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  • 10 double taxation agreement — double taxation treaty, Also known as a double taxation agreement. An agreement between two countries under which the taxation authorities of each grant tax concessions or reliefs to prevent taxpayers being liable for tax on the same amount under …

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  • 11 Schedular system of taxation — The Schedular system of taxation is the system of how the charge to United Kingdom corporation tax is applied. It also applied to United Kingdom income tax before legislation was rewritten by the tax law rewrite project. Similar systems apply in… …

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  • 12 Maine — • Commonly known as the Pine Tree State, but is sometimes called the Star in the East Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Maine     Maine      …

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  • 13 Woodmont, Connecticut — Infobox Settlement official name = Woodmont, Connecticut settlement type = Borough nickname = motto = imagesize = image caption = image |pushpin pushpin label position =left pushpin map caption =Location within the state of Connecticut pushpin… …

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  • 14 assess — /sses/ To ascertain; fix the value of. To fix the amount of the damages or the value of the thing to be ascertained. To impose a pecuniary payment upon persons or property. To ascertain, adjust, and settle the respective shares to be contributed… …

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  • 16 Stockholm during the Middle Ages — is the period in the history of Stockholm stretching from the foundation of the city c. 1250 to the end of the Kalmar Union in 1523. During this period, Stockholm still didn t fill up the small island Stadsholmen (the city islet ) which today… …

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  • 17 Deposit Interest Retention Tax — (DIRT) is a form of tax on interest earned on bank accounts in Republic of Ireland that was first introduced in the 1980s. In Ireland, income from any source is reckonable for taxation purposes. The Revenue Commissioners believed that the large… …

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  • 18 FISCUS JUDAICUS — FISCUS JUDAICUS, a fund of the Roman Empire into which was paid the money from the special tax levied on the Jews by vespasian after the destruction of the Temple (Jos., Wars 7:218; Dio Cassius 66:7,2). This imposition, a poll tax of two drachmae …

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  • 19 LABOR — Jewish Labor Organizations IN THE PRE STATE PERIOD Since the last decades of the 19th century, a number of sporadic labor associations have arisen in agriculture and in the printing, clothing, and building trades, as well as groups limited to a… …

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  • 20 Burakumin — ( ja. linktext|部|落|民: buraku , tribe + min , people), is a term often used to describe a Japanese social minority group. The burakumin are one of the main minority groups in Japan, along with the Ainu of Hokkaidō, the Ryukyuans of Okinawa and the …

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