occupation tax

Definition of "occupation tax"
  1. A charge that is collected from individuals for the right to work in a specific trade, operation, or business
How to use "occupation tax" in a sentence
  1. The city council decided to implement an occupation tax on all local businesses to generate additional revenue.
  2. As a freelancer, she was required to pay an occupation tax for her home-based business.
  3. The restaurant owner was surprised to learn about the occupation tax he needed to pay for operating in the city center.

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