indirect tax

noun
a tax levied indirectly, as one levied on commodities before they reach the consumer but ultimately paid by the consumer as part of the market price.

Origin:
1795–1805

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indirect tax
 
n
Compare direct tax a tax levied on goods or services rather than on individuals or companies
 
indirect taxation
 
n

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Example sentences
It excludes the costs of home care and nursing facility services, as well as
  indirect tax payments toward health care financing.
Indirect tax rates are defined as ratios of tax payments other than income
  taxes and payroll taxes to affiliate value added.
Credit unions, however, are low-cost providers as a result of direct and
  indirect tax exemptions.
So it would be a indirect tax on every single one of you.
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