English version

output tax

From Longman Business Dictionaryoutput taxˈoutput tax [uncountable]TAX tax that a seller adds to a buyer’s bill when they sell particular goods or services. At regular periods of time, the total tax they have paid when buying goods and services themselves is taken away from the total output taxes they have paid to arrive at a value-added tax figure that they must pay to the government tax
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