sales tax

NOUN
  1. a tax based on the cost of the item purchased and collected directly from the buyer
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How To Use sales tax In A Sentence

  • Before adjourning today, the Senate let the House know it was not down with the amendments the House tacked onto the revenue bill — the most notable being the elimination of the .2 percent sales tax increase, which the Senate favors. Senate says ‘No’ to House Revenue Amendments, Requests a Special Conference « PubliCola
  • All that is happening here is making sure that the sales taxes do get collected that are supposed to be collected - and that * are collected* when one does the purchase "in person" ... Latest Articles
  • What was a luxury turned out to be a necessity at one stage, thanks to the slash in sales tax, customs duty and tariff.
  • This was introduced about seven years ago, after some industries insisted on protection against imports to countervail the sales tax being paid on domestic products.
  • By chance, Tulsa had capital sales tax funds that were unallocated at the time of the flood.
  • Our prices are exclusive of sales tax.
  • The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax
  • Sales Tax A percentage tax placed on the total receipts of a transaction. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • In fact, they helped pass a half-cent sales tax to hire even more police officers.
  • It seems to me that it would be worth it to Tacoma's schools and other government functions that the state raise that $200 million plus in revenue from a sales tax increase. poliTICKLING It’s Regressive « PubliCola
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