Translation of tax in Spanish:

tax

impuesto, n.

Pronunciation /tæks//taks/

noun

  • 1

    Finance
    (individual charge) impuesto masculine
    (individual charge) tributo masculine formal
    (in general) impuestos masculine
    how much tax do you pay ¿cuánto paga de impuestos?
    • free of tax libre de impuestos
    • to pay one's taxes pagar los impuestos
    • I paid $1,500 in tax(es) pagué 1.500 dólares de / en impuestos
    • to put / place a tax on sth gravar algo con un impuesto
    • (in US) federal/state taxes impuestos federales/estatales / del estado
    • tax on goods/services impuesto sobre mercancías/servicios
    • it can be offset against tax(es) es desgravable
    • the first £2,000 is free of tax las primeras 2.000 libras son / están libres de impuestos
    • $20 including tax 20 dólares impuestos incluidos
    • before noun tax abatement / (British) relief desgravación (fiscal)
    • tax base base imponible / impositiva
    • tax burden carga tributaria / fiscal
    • I get tax credits for my mortgage me desgravan el interés sobre la hipoteca
    • tax demand solicitud de pago de impuestos
    • tax form formulario de declaración de renta
    • tax incentive incentivo fiscal
    • tax law (act) ley tributaria
    • tax loophole laguna fiscal
    • for tax purposes a efectos fiscales / impositivos
    • tax rebate / refund devolución de impuestos
    • tax revenue recaudación fiscal / tributaria
    • the tax system el sistema / el régimen tributario / fiscal
    • (in UK) the tax year el año / ejercicio fiscal
    • There is nothing in the Constitution to prevent the States collecting their own income taxes (or taxes on services).
    • Corporations often negotiate down their tax liability in disputed transactions.
    • The administration established tariffs, which amounts to a tax on all consumers of steel.
    • So you will not have to pay tax on the expenses that are reimbursed to you, and the company will be able to allow the costs against its tax.
    • All local governments in Kenya have taxing authority, including the right to levy a tax on property.
    • Doing so will decrease their total tax bill on personal income when compared to reasonable salary levels.
    • A carbon tax is a tax on the use of energy.
    • The revenue from a tax on oil companies would then be passed directly to the motorist through cuts in fuel duty.
    • In short, the income tax was not initially a tax on wages, nor on the working class.
    • Clearly, lower taxes reinforced the spending splurge that generated the explosion in indirect tax receipts allowing taxes to be cut further.
    • The empirical results indicate that a tax cut produces revenue and incentives to save.
    • Thus a tax on rent may represent a violation of justice while a tax on other incomes does not.
    • It would have replaced the corporate income tax with a tax on the net return to capital for all businesses.
    • Second, lower prices for gasoline and other fuels are acting like a giant tax cut for both consumers and businesses.
    • More than two-thirds of those surveyed said higher-income workers should pay tax on all their wages.
    • Under the current method rates are increasingly becoming a wealth tax or a tax on assets held in the form of land.
    • Reliable means exist to project the potential revenue of existing taxes in this business cycle.
    • The general property tax was thus a tax on rent of land and the interest from its associated capital.
    • Increase the progressivity of the federal income tax, and finance Medicare through increased sin taxes, gas taxes, and general revenue.
    • Both opposed income taxes, excise taxes, and taxes on wealth in general.
  • 2

    (strain)
    carga feminine
    it was a tax on my resources me puso a prueba
    • it proved too great a tax on his health su salud no lo resistió
    • The only tax on the reader's mind is to remember as many facts as possible.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (company/goods/earnings) gravar
    we're being taxed too highly nos están cobrando demasiado en impuestos
    • my income is taxed at source mis ingresos ya vienen con los impuestos descontados
    • tax deducted at source retenciones fiscales
    • At the end of five years, only interest earned and capital gains are taxed at 23 per cent, in line with the tax treatment of other investment funds.
    • I'd venture to guess that every form of income is taxed at least twice, and maybe three or four times.
    • If your fund is worth more than the limit you could in future be taxed at 25% of the excess taken as income, or 55% on a lump sum.
    • Under current law, such withdrawals are taxed at the student's tax rate.
    • My understanding is that I am then taxed at my marginal rate of income tax on any capital gain.
    • At present, land is taxed at a higher rate than improvements only in the counties of Hawaii and Kauai.
    • Otherwise the profits are taxed at the full rate.
    • Profits from unincorporated businesses are taxed at 15 percent.
    • Owners of second homes who do not live permanently on the island are taxed at £2,060 a year for houses of up to 2,153 sq ft within two miles of the shore.
    • In Ireland, a capital gain is generally taxed at 20 per cent, with the first £1,000 being exempt.
    • I am a full-time engineering student and even my part-time work at a local supermarket is taxed at 50 per cent.
    • All the business' earnings and profits are taxed at the personal level of the shareholders/owners.
    • This can represent a significant tax saving, compared with an ordinary share option scheme where the option is generally exempt, but the gain is taxed at income tax rates.
    • In companies like ours, the profit is taxed at the corporation rate.
    • If one partner leaves the other his estate, it is taxed at the full death tax rate.
    • Your taxable lump sum is taxed at your marginal rate of tax, either 20 per cent or 42 per cent.
    • Dividends are taxed at your ordinary income tax rate.
    • When you invest corporately, your earnings are initially taxed at very high rates.
    • Interest income and short-term capital gains are still taxed at rates up to 35%.
    • Chip sales are taxed at 17 per cent in China, but local manufacturers can claim up to 14 per cent of the levy back.
  • 2

    • 2.1(strain)

      (resources/strength/health) poner a prueba
      • His battle with nature will end up taxing all his resourcefulness and overturning his usual elegance.
      • The transition to a 3D world certainly taxes the Xbox's power but the game world is particularly vacuous.
      • Second, the solution did not tax an already overburdened division transportation resource.
      • Radeschi said the community's resources have been taxed by dealing with troubled youth.
      • With resources taxed and false rumors howling, misinformation was rarely spread by the news media.
      • You will definitely have to earn it, though, because I will often tax every physical and mental resource that you possess.
      • And director Jasper Bagg takes on the title role with energy and commitment, though sometimes its sheer weight seems to be taxing his powers to the limit.
      • Suffice to say, China will tax both the group's idealism and its stamina.
      • The problem of what to do with clapped-out electronic equipment continues to tax the EU's best minds.
      • The need to properly categorize, inventory and secure the massive number of garments and shoes must have taxed their resources and creativity.
      • I am not condoning corporal punishment but some sympathy must go out to the teacher whose patience must have been taxed to the limit and which seems to have snapped.
      • The influx of refugees and displaced persons taxed the already stretched resources of States.

    • 2.2formal (charge)

      to tax sb with sth acusar a algn de algo
      • she became evasive when taxed with the matter contestó con evasivas cuando se le planteó directamente el asunto
      • Tax me with my crimes!

  • 3

    Law
    (costs/bill) tasar