n. the body of laws governing taxation
Usage examples of "tax law".
She wasn't going to dash off to Harvard in a few weeks and work toward a degree so that she could keep books and read tax law.
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service both promulgate and enforce the tax law of our country.
Almost all tax law is provisionaleither waiting to be revised according to the last tax bill passed, or already proposed for change in the next tax bill.
IRS officials can take five, seven, or more years to write the regulations to implement a new tax law -yet Congress routinely changes the law before new regulations are promulgated.
Almost all tax law is provisional-either waiting to be revised according to the last tax bill passed, or already proposed for change in the next tax bill.
Anyone want to bet that tax law won't be important 20 years from now?
If the recipient is domiciled or resident within the UK mainland, then he or she would be liable under mainland tax law.
If you haven't worked for the IRS, you can't function very well in tax law.
I used to have a scrap heap where I threw broken furniture, but since the new tax law went into effect, I can't give new furniture away, but our local gentry will pay almost anything for a broken-down old chair.
The tax law of the philosophical new Aryo of Kanthon had more or less put him out of business.
Now it was worth three-quarters of a million, and he wouldn't have been able to afford to keep it except that he was over seventy and there was a special provision in the tax law to protect homeowners against runaway real estate values.