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Supreme Court of Ohio

The Supreme Court of Ohio is the highest court in the U.S. state of Ohio, with final authority over interpretations of Ohio law and the Ohio Constitution. The court has seven members, a chief justice and six associate justices, each serving six-y ...

                                               

Oklahoma Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Oklahoma is one of the two highest judicial bodies in the U.S. state of Oklahoma and leads the judiciary of Oklahoma, the judicial branch of the government of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Supreme Court meets in the Oklahoma Judicia ...

                                               

Oregon Supreme Court

The Oregon Supreme Court is the highest state court in the U.S. state of Oregon. The only court that may reverse or modify a decision of the Oregon Supreme Court is the Supreme Court of the United States. The OSC holds court at the Oregon Supreme ...

                                               

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is the highest court in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvanias Unified Judicial System. It also claims to be the oldest appellate court in the United States, a claim that is disputed by the Massachusetts Supreme Judic ...

                                               

Rhode Island Supreme Court

The Rhode Island Supreme Court is the court of last resort in the U.S. State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. The Court consists of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices, all selected by the Governor of Rhode Island from candidat ...

                                               

Supreme Court of Iowa

The Iowa Supreme Court is the highest court in the U.S. state of Iowa. As constitutional head of the Iowa Judicial Branch, the Court is composed of a Chief Justice and six Associate Justices. The Court holds its regular sessions in Des Moines in ...

                                               

Supreme Court of Texas

The Supreme Court of Texas is the court of last resort for civil appeals in the U.S. state of Texas. A different court, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the court of last resort in criminal cases. The Court has its seat at the Supreme Court ...

                                               

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the court of last resort for all criminal matters in the State of Texas, United States. The Court, which is based in the Supreme Court Building in Downtown Austin, is composed of a Presiding Judge and eight ...

                                               

Supreme Court of Virginia

The Supreme Court of Virginia is the highest court in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It primarily hears direct appeals in civil cases from the trial-level city and county circuit courts, as well as the criminal law, family law and administrative l ...

                                               

Washington Supreme Court

The Washington Supreme Court is the highest court in the judiciary of the US state of Washington. The Court is composed of a Chief Justice and eight Justices. Members of the Court are elected to six-year terms. Justices must retire at the end of ...

                                               

Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia

The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia is the state supreme court of the state of West Virginia, the highest of West Virginias state courts. The court sits primarily at the West Virginia State Capitol in Charleston, although from 1873 to 1 ...

                                               

Wisconsin Supreme Court

The Wisconsin Supreme Court is the highest appellate court in Wisconsin. The Supreme Court has jurisdiction over original actions, appeals from lower courts, and regulation or administration of the practice of law in Wisconsin.

                                               

Flood levy

The flood levy was a temporary reconstruction tax that will fund the reconstruction of Queensland, Australia, following the 2010–11 Queensland floods. The proposal passed Parliament on 22 March 2011. This levy will apply to everyone who has a tax ...

                                               

Payroll taxes in New South Wales

Employers, or a group of related businesses, whose total Australian wages exceed the current NSW monthly threshold are required to pay NSW payroll tax. Broadly speaking, the tax amount is a percentage of taxable wages paid within NSW. This percen ...

                                               

Chairperson Central Board of Excise & Customs

Chairperson, Central Board of Indirect taxes and Customs or Chairperson CBIC is the senior most IRS officer in the Government of India. The Chairperson is the ex officio Special Secretary to the Government of India and also cadre controlling auth ...

                                               

SUGAM ITR-4S

The SUGAM ITR-4S is a Form used by a certain section of Tax Assessees while filing their Income Tax Returns in India. The process of filing Tax Returns in the Indian subcontinent is done through various types of ITR and other Forms.

                                               

Tax Deducted at Source

Tax deduction at source is a means of collecting tax on income, dividends or asset sales, by requiring the payer to deduct tax due before paying the balance to the payee. In India, under the Indian Income Tax Act of 1961, income tax must be deduc ...

                                               

Andhra Pradesh Prohibition and Excise Department

The Andhra Pradesh Prohibition and Excise Department is the law enforcement agency for excise in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.The Department enforces laws related to liquor, narcotics, psychotropics and Medicines that contain alcohol and na ...

                                               

Department of Home, Prohibition and Excise (Tamil Nadu)

Niranjan Mardi, IAS - Home Secretary T. V. Venkataraman, IAS - Home Secretary A. Venkatesan, IAS - Home Secretary K. Malaisamy, IAS - Home Secretary 1947 - 2019 C. V. R. Panikar, IAS - Home Secretary K. Chockalingam, IAS - Home Secretary H. K. Gh ...

                                               

Kerala Excise

The Kerala State Excise is the law enforcement agency for excise in state of Kerala, India. Kerala Excise has its headquarters in Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital. The department administers laws related to liquor, narcotic drugs and psychot ...

                                               

Professional Tax

Profession tax is the tax levied and collected by the state governments in India. It is a indirect tax. A person earning an income from salary or anyone practicing a profession such as chartered accountant, company secretary, lawyer, doctor etc. ...

                                               

Telangana Excise

The Telangana State Excise is the law enforcement agency for excise in the Indian state of Telangana. The department enforces laws related to liquor, narcotics, psychotropics and medicines that contain alcohol and narcotics. The department was cr ...

                                               

Taxation in Scotland

Taxation in Scotland today involves payments that are required to be made to three different levels of government: to the UK government, to the Scottish Government and to local government. Currently 32.4% of taxation collected in Scotland is in t ...

                                               

Income tax in Scotland

Income tax in Scotland is a tax of personal income gained through employment. This is a tax controlled by the Scottish Parliament, and collected by the UK government agency HM Revenue & Customs. As proposed in the Scottish 2018-19 budget, the Sco ...

                                               

Welsh Rates of Income Tax

Welsh Rates of Income Tax) is part of the UK income tax system and from 6 April 2019 a proportion of income tax paid by taxpayers living in Wales will be transferred straight to the Welsh Government to fund Welsh public services. It will be admin ...

                                               

10p tax rate

The starting rate of income tax, known as the 10p rate, was a special rate of personal income taxation in the United Kingdom that existed from 1999 to 2008.

                                               

Taxation of Pensions Act 2014

The Taxation of Pensions Act 2014 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that received Royal Assent on 17 December 2014, after being introduced on 14 October 2014. The purpose of the Act was to allow greater flexibility by removing cer ...

                                               

National Insurance Contributions Act 2008

The National Insurance Contributions Act 2008 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which amends the law in relation to National insurance contribution.

                                               

26 USC 102(c)

Under U.S. Federal law, 26 USC 102 governs the income tax treatment, by an employee, of gifts received by an employee from his or her employer. While gifts are typically exempt from gross income under U.S. federal income tax law, this is not usua ...

                                               

988 transaction

A 988 transaction is a transaction described in section 988 of the Internal Revenue Code in the United States of America. This transaction occurs when a taxpayer enters into or acquires any debt instrument, forward contract, futures contract, opt ...

                                               

Nonrecognition provisions

According to section 1001 of the Internal Revenue Code), all realized gains and losses must be recognized "except as otherwise provided in this subtitle." While the general rule of recognition applies in most cases, there are actually several exc ...

                                               

Ordinary income

Under the United States Internal Revenue Code, the type of income is defined by its character. Ordinary income is usually characterized as income other than long-term capital gains. Ordinary income can consist of income from wages, salaries, tips ...

                                               

Personal Casualty Gains

Personal Casualty Gains for individuals for United States Federal Income Tax purposes are defined in section 26 U.S.C. § 165 of the Internal Revenue Code as the recognized gain of property arising from fire, storm, shipwreck, or other casualty. T ...

                                               

Philippines Charitable Giving Assistance Act

The Philippines Charitable Giving Assistance Act is a law that will allow Americans to deduct from their 2013 taxes any charitable donations made between January 1, 2014 and April 15, 2014 provide they are made for the relief of victims in the Re ...

                                               

Presidential election campaign fund checkoff

The presidential election campaign fund checkoff appears on US income tax return forms as the question Do you want of your federal tax to go to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund? Originally $1 and implemented in 1966 as a start to the publi ...

                                               

Progressivity in United States income tax

In general, the United States federal income tax is progressive, as rates of tax generally increase as taxable income increases, at least with respect to individuals that earn wage income. As a group, the lowest earning workers, especially those ...

                                               

Stepped-up basis

Under Internal Revenue Code § 1014, when a person receives an asset from a giver after the benefactor dies, the asset often receives a stepped-up basis, which is its market value at the time the benefactor dies. A stepped-up basis is often much h ...

                                               

Making Work Pay tax credit

The Making Work Pay tax credit was a personal credit provided in tax years 2009 and 2010 to U.S. federal income taxpayers. It was authorized in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The credit was given at a rate of 6.2 percent of e ...

                                               

Personal exemption

Under United States tax law, a personal exemption is an amount that a resident taxpayer is entitled to claim as a tax deduction against personal income in calculating taxable income and consequently federal income tax. In 2017, the personal exemp ...

                                               

Substantially equal periodic payments

Substantially equal periodic payments are one of the exceptions in the United States Internal Revenue Code §72 that allows receiving payments without the 10% early distribution penalty from a retirement plan or deferred annuity before the usual 5 ...

                                               

Jock tax

In the United States, the jock tax is the colloquially named income tax levied against visitors to a city or state who earn money in that jurisdiction. Since a state cannot afford to track the many individuals who do business on an itinerant basi ...

                                               

Kansas Department of Revenue

The Kansas Department of Revenue is a cabinet-level department of the state government of Kansas. It is headquartered in the state capital of Topeka. The KDOR is responsible for the collection of taxes as well as valuing property, and the wholesa ...

                                               

Taxation in Missouri

Taxation in Missouri primarily takes the form of income taxes, sales taxes, and property taxes. The Missouri Department of Revenue administers and collects the income and sales taxes, including local sales taxes, whereas property taxes are entire ...

                                               

State tax levels in the United States

State tax levels indicate both the tax burden and the services a state can afford to provide residents. States use a different combination of sales, income, excise taxes, and user fees. Some are levied directly from residents and others are levie ...

                                               

Kimberly Mansion

The Kimberly Mansion is a historic house at 1625 Main Street in Glastonbury, Connecticut. It was the home of Abby and Julia Evelina Smith, political activists involved in causes including abolitionism and womens suffrage. By contesting the assess ...

                                               

National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund

The National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund is a non-profit organization located in Washington, D.C. It was founded in 1971 to address conscientious objection to military taxation.

                                               

Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund Act

The Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund Act is legislation proposed in the United States Congress that would legalize a form of conscientious objection to military taxation.

                                               

We the People Foundation

We the People Foundation for Constitutional Education, Inc. also known as We the People Foundation is a non-profit education and research organization in Queensbury, New York with the declared mission "to protect and defend individual Rights as g ...

                                               

403(b)

In the United States, a 403 plan is a U.S. tax-advantaged retirement savings plan available for public education organizations, some non-profit employers organizations), cooperative hospital service organizations, and self-employed ministers in t ...

                                               

457 plan

The 457 plan is a type of nonqualified, tax advantaged deferred-compensation retirement plan that is available for governmental and certain nongovernmental employers in the United States. The employer provides the plan and the employee defers com ...

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