Definition of Tax income

1. Noun. Government income due to taxation.

Exact synonyms: Revenue, Tax Revenue, Taxation
Generic synonyms: Government Income, Government Revenue
Specialized synonyms: Internal Revenue
Derivative terms: Tax



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tax Income

tax collector
tax collectors
tax credit
tax deduction
tax equity and fiscal responsibility act
tax evader
tax evasion
tax exemption
tax form
tax free
tax haven
tax havens
tax hike
tax incentive
tax incentives
tax income (current term)
tax law
tax liability
tax lien
tax lot
tax lots
tax policy
tax program
tax protester
tax protesters
tax rate
tax reduction
tax resister
tax resisters
tax return

Literary usage of Tax income

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1. Cyclopedia of American Government by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin, Albert Bushnell Hart (1914)
"TAX, INCOME, GRADUATED. Many of the favorers of an income tax wish to make it a deterrent to the ... See ASSESSMENT OF TAXES; TAX, INCOME; TAXES, INDIRECT. ..."

2. Corporate Tax Incentives for Foreign Direct Investment by W. Steven Clark (2001)
"When firms are allowed to mix high- and low-tax income, excess foreign tax credits ... This sheltering of low-tax income has the effect of preserving host ..."

3. Fundamental Reform of Personal Income Tax by SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"In general, one might conclude that the gain in after-tax income for low and high-income households from the flat personal income tax reform is at the ..."

4. Oecd Territorial Reviews by OECD Staff (2001)
"The percentage of total tax income going to the local level is again somewhere in between that of unitary and federal countries (OECD, 1999c). ..."

5. Proceedings of the ... Annual Conference Under the Auspices of the National by National Tax Association (1908)
"The tendency of it is to tax income at its source — the very essence of it is to tax income at its source. That means that in every corporation which pays ..."

6. Outlines of Economics by Richard Theodore Ely, Thomas Sewall Adams (1908)
"The remedy most frequently advocated is that of a progressive income tax. Income taxes are not new in the United States. All through the colonial epoch ..."

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