Are taxes and duties different?


In the tax sector, people talk about taxes and duties, which is the language they talk about, and also what business people want to escape, but whether taxes and duties are different is what we want to explain today.


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  1. The same thing: Taxes and duties have the same general meaning, it is the duty of every citizen and every economic component is paid to the state in accordance with the law.

    The diferences:

    The term tax refers to the obligation of citizens and all economic components to pay (cash or objects) to the state in accordance with the law directly. Simply put, taxes mean direct taxes or direct duties or obligations that are required to be paid directly by the taxpayer.

    For example, payroll tax is a direct tax because it has to be paid directly by the taxpayer. Profit tax is a direct tax because it is required directly from the company or trader. And the tax on means and vehicles is a direct tax because it is required from the vehicle owner.

    The term’s refers to the obligations of citizens and all economic components to be paid (cash or objects) to the state in accordance with indirect laws. Simply put, “tax” means an indirect tax or indirect burden or indirect obligation to be paid indirectly by the taxpayer.

    For example, value-added tax is an indirect tax levied on goods or services purchased from end users. The special tax on some goods and services is an indirect tax because it is paid by the consumer, not the supplier.

    Accommodation tax is an indirect tax because it is paid by the hotel guest, not by the owner of the hotel or guesthouse.

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