Output Tax

Output Tax,

How Do You Define Output Tax?

Meaning of Output Tax: In the UK, VAT has increased as a company or business increases the value of its products or services.

Output Tax means, The term used in connection with VAT refers to the tax levied on the sale of goods or services by those who collect the tax and against the upstream tax for which credit may be available.

Literal Meanings of Output Tax


Meanings of Output:
  1. The amount of something that a person, machine or industry produces.

  2. A place where electricity or information comes from a system.

  3. Create, transfer, or transfer (data) using a computer or other device.

Sentences of Output
  1. More productivity can be achieved due to efficiency

  2. The rear is standard and has jumpers with analog and digital audio output, power connections and interfaces and pins.

  3. Can send photos directly to the video recording system

Synonyms of Output

quantity produced, solutions, volume, amount produced, yield, gross domestic product, out-turn, return, gross national product, product, harvest, achievement, production, accomplishment


Meanings of Tax:
  1. Mandatory contribution by the government to government revenue collected on workers' income and company profits, or increase in the value of certain goods, services and transactions.

  2. Strict restrictions or demands.

  3. Collecting tax on (something or something)

  4. Create demand requirements (power or resources)

  5. Facing someone's fault or crime.

  6. Investigation and evaluation (case cost)

Sentences of Tax
  1. Higher taxes reduce consumer spending

  2. Heavy tax on reader's attention

  3. Hardware and software are subject to 7.5% tax

  4. He knew that the next test would force all his strength

  5. Why are you accusing me of this meaningless accusation?

  6. Tax agents

Synonyms of Tax

blame, excise, pressure, burden, levy a tax on, impose a toll on, fee, condemn, confront, denounce, charge, put a strain on, weigh heavily on, toll, load, impost, levy, weight, charge duty on, tariff, assessment, demand, make demands on, stretch