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TAX LAW ENGLISH CROSSWORD

Katarzyna Gałkowska, Katarzyna Kurkowska, Peter Chodakowski

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1.Part of economic policy which relates to taxation and public expenditure is fiscal (...)
3.(...) tax is paid by the consumer without his knowledge.
7.(...)tax is a tax on the sale of lots or on the receipt of prizes after the drawing of lots
11.In Poland, bookmakers charge ... % tax of stake of each coupon
13.A payment by a corporation to shareholders, which is taxable income of shareholders is called (...)
15.In USA, The Treasury Department division responsible for collecting taxes is called (...) [acronym]
16.[... ...] is an amount owed by a debtor that is unlikely to be paid due, for example, to a company going into liquidation.
18.Person or company resident in two or more countries under the law of those countries, because the two countries adopt different definitions of residence is called (…) residence
21.Tax (...) is a form of deliberate evasion of tax which is generally punishable under criminal law.
24.(…) in certain countries is synonymous with a tax credit.
25.(…) means that The rates of individual income tax are usually progressive, i.e. an increasing proportion of income must be paid in tax as the income increases.
26.A (...) tax is applied at the same rate to all levels of income
28.Tax repaid to a taxpayer (...)
30.(…) is a Tax on mortgages usually in the form of a stamp duty levied on the mortgage document.
35.(…) is a process of writing off the cost of an intangible asset over its useful life
37.a type of tax-deferred retirement plan is called ".."
39.Improper or immoral conduct of a professional in the performance of his duties, done either intentionally or through carelessness or ignorance is (…)
43.(...) is the checking of a taxpayer's tax return, accounts, self-assessment calculations
45.Practice of reducing the taxable income of a corporation by paying excessive amounts of interest to related third parties is called (…) stripping
46.[..] is a term used in accounting, economics and finance to spread the cost of asset over the span of several years
47.Latin for "under penalty"; a writ issued under the authority of a court to compel the appearance of a witness or of documents for a tax judicial proceeding is called (...)
48.Any 12-month period which is set for accounting purpose of an enterprise is (…) year.
49.[..] is a tax that is levied as a percentage of an employee's pay and is usually paid by the employer
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2.(...) taxes are indirect ad valorem tax imposed on supplies of specific non-essential and normally expensive commodities that are arbitrarily considered
4.Domestic (...) taxation arises when comparable taxes are imposed within a federal state by sovereign tax jurisdictions of equal rank
5.a person or group of people who are subject to the tax laws is called [..]
6.Add back the amount of tax which has been paid to the value of property or other income received. (... ...)
8.a usage-based payment made by one party (the "licensee") to another (the "licensor") for the right to ongoing use of an asset, sometimes an intellectual property (IP) is called (...)
9.[..] tax is an excise tax imposed on a donor for gifts of property made during the donor's lifetime
10.Taxation has four main purposes or effects: [..], Redistribution, Repricing, Representation.
12.General principle of taxation that requires that taxpayers pay an equal amount of tax if their circumstances are equal is called (…) treatment.
13.[..] is a reduction of the income subject to tax, for various items, especially expenses incurred to produce income.
14.a per capita tax levied on a section of an Islamic state's non-Muslim citizens, who meet certain criteria is called [..]
17....) are the rules and practices required to be followed in keeping financial records and books of account.
19.[..] tax was introduced in the UK in 1696 and was forced till 1851.
20.Polish bookmakers earnings from winning coupon above 2280 PLN are taxed at [..]%
22.(...) taxes are taxes imposed on income, capital gains and net worth.
23.Term used to denote the adding together of the taxpayer's income from all sources in order to determine the applicable tax rate for income tax purposes is called (…)
27.money received or paid to a former spouse under a divorce decree or separation instrument is called [..]
29.A tax (...) offers a period of exemption from income tax for new industries in order to develop or diversify domestic industries.
31.A tax on goods or property expressed as a percentage of the sales price or assessed value is (... ...)
32.(…) dividend is A variety of payments whether in cash or in kind made by companies to shareholders or associated persons, which are not expressed as dividends
33.Releasing your tax return information to a third-party is called [..]
34.(... ... ...) is the burden and responsibility of proving an assertion.
36.(... ...) in the "classical" sense refers to a country which imposes a low or no tax, and is used by corporations to avoid tax which otherwise would be payable in a high-tax country
38.For public finance purposes the tax (...) or tax ratio, in a country is computed by taking the total tax payments for a particular fiscal year as a fraction or percentage of the Gross National Product (GNP) or national income for that year.
40.[..] tax is an excise in the form of a percentage of the taxable estate that is imposed on a property owner's right to transfer the property to others after his or her death called also succession tax
41.Rule under which one is precluded and forbidden by law to speak against his own act or deed is called (…)
42.In a number of countries tax is sometimes levied on an estimated taxable base (…), particularly in respect of the imposition of income tax or turnover tax on small enterprises.
44.(…) tax is a tax imposed on an act, occupation, privilege, manufacture, sale, or consumption.

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