Among the devices on the list of taxable items are medical equipment, surgical instruments, surgical supplies, custom packs, procedural kits, and patient care products.
What does T stand for?
T stands for Taxable Item
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of T
- Primary immune system white blood cell
- T-Joint (welded joint type)
- T-Mo (rapper)
- Tackle (football)
- Tango (aviation letter code)
- Tank (oil & water tanks)
- Target Corporation (IRB)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The final analysis confirmed that contrary to conventional wisdom, the 2010 three-day holiday resulted in an increase in tax revenues of $7 million, based on increased sales of taxable items of $115 million.
When taxable items and non-taxable items are both provided for a single price, states generally will impose a tax on the entire charge in the absence of segregation of the charge into its taxable and non-taxable component parts.
9 to put a measure on the November ballot asking voters to approve an increase of Bellingham's sales and use tax by up to 2 cents per $10 of taxable items.
Lin, director of the Department of Statistics under MOF, predicted that this year all taxable items are very likely to meet the goals set by the government except consolidated income tax and securities trading tax, with the land value increment tax revenue varying according to the real estate market in the second half of the year.
The law will be implemented on all taxable items, both local and imported, in three stages: at customs or on the factories, on the supplier and on the retailer.
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano is proposing a change in state law, allowing all adults over the age of 21 to purchase marijuana, which would become a taxable item.
The money accumulates when collections from the sales tax on gasoline grow at a faster rate than all other taxable items.