Origin of taxation
Examples from the Web for taxation
Taxes are an obvious benchmark, since right now, employed teenagers are literally subjected to taxation without representation.Paying Taxes and Going to Jail Like Adults; Teens Deserve the Right to Vote, Too|Jillian Keenan|October 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The marginal rate of taxation applies much more heavily on the secondary wage.
“Taxation Without Representation” is on many license plates.
Then, as if by magic, funds pour into the UK as clean capital, free from any taxation or further scrutiny.
Not the talk of strategy or politics, munitions or taxation; not the discussions on fiscal costs or boots on the ground jingoism.
This had coincided with a slight increase in taxation to produce discontent.A History of Spain|Charles E. Chapman
He is exempt from taxation and from the payment at least of certain local rates.
That taxation is very low indeed, and is levied under certain equitable laws.A. D. 2000|Alvarado M. Fuller
The collector has without my knowledge raised the taxation 40 per cent on the very poorest class of the population.Sir Charles Napier|Sir William Francis Butler
Taxation in Canada in 1901 was $10 per capita, and but $7.50 per capita in the United States.The Way to the West|Emerson Hough
British Dictionary definitions for taxation
- an amount assessed as tax
- a tax rate
Word Origin and History for taxation
early 14c., "imposition of taxes," from Anglo-French taxacioun, Old French taxacion, from Latin taxationem (nominative taxatio), noun of action from past participle stem of taxare (see tax (v.)).
Culture definitions for taxation
A government's practice of collecting money from citizens and businesses within its domain to support its operations.