Flat Tax

Business / Finance / Flat Tax: The pattern for new issues where shorter- and longer-term yields display very little difference over the bond's maturity range.

Other Words for Flat

Flat Adverb Synonyms: room(s), flat, suite (of rooms), chambers, tenement, garden flat, maisonette, penthouse, studio, bedsitter, bedsit, accommodation, living quarters, digs , apartment, furnished room, walk-up, duplex, triplex
Flat Adjective Synonyms: level, horizontal, even, smooth, plane, unbroken, uninterrupted
Flat Noun Synonyms: absolutely, completely, categorically, utterly, wholly, uncompromisingly, irrevocably, positively, definitely, directly, exactly, precisely, flatly
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Other Words for Tax

Tax Noun Synonyms: assess, exact, demand, charge, impose or levy a tax (on), tithe
Tax Adjective Synonyms: levy, impost, duty, tariff, assessment, tribute, toll, excise, customs, charge, contribution, scot, tithe, octroi, cess, rate(s), dues
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Tax Avoidance

Business / Finance / Tax Avoidance: Audit by the IRS or other tax-collecting agency to determine whether a taxpayer has paid the correct amount of tax. MORE

Tax Audit

Business / Finance / Tax Audit: Notes issued by states or municipalities to finance current operations in anticipation of future tax receipts. MORE

Tax Anticipation Notes (Tans)

Business / Finance / Tax Anticipation Notes (Tans): Special bills that the Treasury occasionally issues that mature on corporate quarterly income tax dates and can be used at face value by corporations to pay their tax liabilities. MORE

Tax Base

Business / Finance / Tax Base: Minimizing tax burden through legal means such as tax-free municipal bonds, tax shelters, IRA accounts, and trusts. Compare with tax evasion. MORE

Tax Basis

Business / Finance / Tax Basis: The assessed value of the taxable property, assets, and income within a specific geographic area. MORE

Tax Books

Business / Finance / Tax Books: In the context of finance, the original cost of an asset less depreciation that is used to determine gains or losses for tax purposes. In the context of investments, the price of a stock or bond plus MORE

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