direct tax

Definition of "direct tax"
  1. A form of taxation that the individual or entity must pay directly and is often based on property or assets owned
How to use "direct tax" in a sentence
  1. The homeowner was responsible for the direct tax levied on their house.
  2. The direct tax on the company's land was considerable, affecting their budget.
  3. When purchasing his car, he included a provision for the direct tax as part of his budgeting.

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