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Excise

A tax imposed on the performance of an act, the engaging in an occupation, or the enjoyment of a privilege. A tax on the manufacture, sale, or use of goods or on the carrying on of an occupation or activity, or a tax on the transfer of property. In current usage the term has been extended to include various license fees and practically every internal revenue tax except the Income Tax (e.g., federal alcohol and tobacco excise taxes).

excise

n. a tax upon manufacture, sale, or for a business license or charter, as distinguished from a tax on real property, income or estates. Sometimes it is redundantly called an excise tax. (See: tax)

excise

noun assessment, capitation, charge, custom, demand, duty, exaction, exactment, fee, imposition, levy, liability, obligation, tariff, tax, taxation, toll
Associated concepts: direct tax, excise tax, fee, gift tax, license tax, privilege tax

excise

(Cut away), verb abscind, clip, cut, cut out, deduct, delete, detruncate, diminish, disjoin, dissever, eradicate, expunge, expurgate, extract, pare, pluck out, remove, separate, sever, subduct, subtract, take away, take out, tear out, thin, truncate, weed, withdraw

excise

(Levy a tax), verb appraise, assess, charge, charge duty, claim, collect, compel payment, demand, demand payment, demand toll, enforce payment, exact, force payment, impose a duty on, impost, lay a duty on, lay claim to, levy, levy an excise on, oblige, raise, require a tax, requisition, take, tax
Associated concepts: direct tax, franchise tax, gift tax, indiiect tax, privilege tax, succession tax
See also: assess, bowdlerize, cancel, delete, diminish, duty, expunge, imposition, levy, redact, reject, tariff, tax, toll

excise

originally taxes charged on the retail sale within the UK of commodities such as beer, wines and spirits. Nowadays, however, licences (e.g. permitting the use of a gun or dealing in game) are classified as excise. One of the most commonly prosecuted excise offences is contravention of the legislation which requires motorists to display a vehicle excise licence, known colloquially as a tax disc.
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The Commission proposes to amend the two Directives on which the Community system for taxing mineral oils has been based since 1992, namely: Directive 92/81/EEC on the harmonisation of the structures of excise duties on mineral oils, and Directive 92/82/EEC on the approximation of the rates of excise duties on mineral oils.
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The statement comes a day after Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov hinted that a decrease in excise duties for Bulgaria-made cigarettes may be on the agenda of the cabinet this year.
For internal political reasons, Prague refuses to accept that only beer (and other intermediate alcohol products) be affected by an increase in excise duties and that wine be exempted from the rule.
It therefore proposes an extension of transition periods for all member states up to 1 January 2010 (if the increase in minimum excise duties is under 20%, and up to 1 January 2011 if the increase amounts to 20% or more).
The European Commission will provide free online access to all businesses to excise registration numbers which are attributed to operators allowed to produce, store, transport and/or receive excise products under suspension of duties (this scheme applies to cases where excise duties are finally paid to the member state where the goods are marketed).
On this basis, the United Kingdom had considered that the provisions of the Directive on VAT and excise duties (77/799/EEC) did not apply to Gibraltar.
As expected, the European Commission adopted a report, on May 26, advocating higher excise duties on alcohol (details in Europe Information 2871).
Excise duties are taxes on consumption which affect alcoholic beverages, manufactured tobacco and mineral oils.
As of January 1, Germany has allowed a total exemption from excise duties on pure and blended biofuels, lasting until December 31, 2009.
On the adoption of this Directive, France was authorised to maintain a exemption regime in Corsica applying an excise duty rate lower than national excise duties.
On May 3, 2002 at the request of Italy and France, and under thereat of Commission action against illegal state aid (similar action was proposed for the Netherlands), the Council declared the measures to refund excise duties to road transport operators compatible with the Common Market.