Vat

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Vat

Vat in International Trade

Meaning of Vat, according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): The Value Added Tax is a tax assessed on the increased value of goods as they pass from raw material stage through the production and distribution processes to final consumption. The tax on processors or merchants is levied on the amount by which they increase the value of the items they purchase. See indirect tax; sales tax.

VAT (Value Added Tax) and Europe

There is an entry on vat (value added tax) in the European legal encyclopedia.

VAT and the European Union

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See Also

  • Value added tax

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Further Reading

  • Entry “VAT (Value Added Tax)” in the work “A Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union from Aachen to Zollverein”, by Rodney Leach (Profile Books; London)

Hierarchical Display of VAT

Finance > Taxation > Tax on consumption
European Union > EU finance > Financing of the EU budget > Own resources > VAT resource
European Union > EU finance > Financing of the EU budget > Own resources
Finance > Prices > Prices > Price net of tax
Business And Competition > Accounting > Accounting > Turnover
Business And Competition > Accounting > Accounting > Financial accounting > Added value

VAT

Concept of VAT

See the dictionary definition of VAT.

Characteristics of VAT

Resources

Translation of VAT

Thesaurus of VAT

Finance > Taxation > Tax on consumption > VAT
European Union > EU finance > Financing of the EU budget > Own resources > VAT resource > VAT
European Union > EU finance > Financing of the EU budget > Own resources > VAT
Finance > Prices > Prices > Price net of tax > VAT
Business And Competition > Accounting > Accounting > Turnover > VAT
Business And Competition > Accounting > Accounting > Financial accounting > Added value > VAT

See also

  • Turnover tax
  • Value added tax

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