direct tax definition

  • noun:
    • A tax, such as an income or property tax, levied directly on the taxpayer.
    • A tax, such as for example money or residential property income tax, levied directly on the taxpayer.
    • a tax compensated right by the person or company on who it really is levied
    • a tax compensated straight because of the person or company on who its levied
    • A tax, particularly earnings or property tax, levied entirely on the taxpayer.
    • a tax compensated right by the individual or company on who its levied
  • adjective:
    • a tax examined on places, etc., and polls, distinguished from fees on product, or traditions, and from excise.
    • a tax considered right on lands, etc., and polls, distinguished from fees on merchandise, or customs, and from excise.
    • a tax considered right on places, etc., and polls, distinguished from fees on merchandise, or traditions, and from excise.

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