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use tax

[yoos] /yus/
noun
1.
a state tax imposed on goods purchased outside a state for which state sales tax has not been paid.
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  • They are supposed to voluntarily pay a use tax in their respective state.
  • In other words, use tax credits to encourage people to buy hybrids and other vehicles that burn alternative fuels.
  • Private-equity firms use tax-deductible debt to buy public companies.
  • Small businesses don't tend to be able to use tax-havens, or offer jobs that leave workers still on welfare.
  • So they do a bit of sabre-rattling but mostly let their companies use tax havens to suit their needs.
  • They have no choice but to use tax revenue to lower the debt, otherwise a government default would be disastrous.
  • And that is where the use tax should apply to more closely level the playing field.
  • But he is bad for not wanting to use tax payer money to honor someone.
  • Efforts to generate awareness about the use tax should be stepped up, and compliance should be strengthened.
  • use tax can be thought of as a mirror of the sales tax.

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