Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation
Taxes levied on goods made or sold within a country are called what?
taxes levied on goods made or sold within a country are called excise taxes. ...
Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation
What is the name for taxes on goods made in foreign nations?
import taxes or tarrifs
What term refers to charges made by governments to raise money for public purposes?
taxes Charges made by governments to raise money for public purposes are called taxes. People in the United States have to pay income taxes every year. ...
Asked in United Kingdom
How is united kingdom different from United States?
United Kingdom is made up of four countries, United States is made up of states. ...
Why would you owe taxes?
As far as federal taxes owed for earning a wage in the United States; anyone who has made over $8000.00 on a tax year has to file a tax return an in most cases will owe taxes to the government. Earning wages will cause you to owe taxes. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Hawaii, Manufacturing
What are Hawaii's manufactured goods?
Hawaii has manufactured goods such as steel and other minerals these are made from the large amounts of the mine stuff they have there in Hawaii They usually have the best manufacturing companies ever in the United States ...
Asked in World War 2, History of the United States
What was the Common good in World War 2?
The people and the government wanted united states to be back on track for the world war 2 . Lots of people got jobs because there was so many job opportunities to make military goods... The Neutrality Act was the act that showed United states was a isolationist in 1935. IN 1941, the united states was interventionist because there was Lense lease Act where United state let Britain BORROW goods from UNITEd STates which made the Us into interventionist. -_- i have no...
Which of these factors made it possible for George H. W. Bush to keep his promise to not raise taxes?
economic hardship in the united states
Asked in Importing and Exporting
How does US exports and imports each affect domestic production?
The United States' exports are as much a part of the nation's production as are the expenditures of its own consumers on goods and services made in the United States. Therefore, the United States exports must be counted as part of GDP. On the other hand, imports, being produced in foreign countries, are part of those countries' GDPs. When Americans buy imports, these expenditures must be subtracted from the United States' GDP, for these expenditures are not made on the United States' production. ...
Should the US impose tariffs on Chinese product?
It would not be economically friendly for the united states since over 50% of our imported products are made in china. If the government would impose taxes on Chinese goods you could see and increase in almost every single product you see in a store. ...
Asked in American Revolution, Colonial America
Why did congress tax American-made whiskey?
ANSWER: After the Revolutionary War, the United States was financially broke. The new nation needed money. The only way to get it was through taxes. Although the people despised paying taxes to England, and was not thrilled with paying the federal government taxes. The people realized that money had to be raised, in order to pay for the things that the United States, and its citizens needed to have a strong and prosperous country. Alcohol was one of the first taxes that would be...
Asked in Century - 1800s
What encouraged American to buy American-made goods?
Lack of tariffs on the american products. tariffs are taxes essentially on foriegn goods. this makes american goods cost less ...
Asked in History of the United States, Banking
What was set up in 1791 that issued paper money and made loans to farmers and businesses?
In 1791, congress passed a bill setting up the Bank of the United States. The government deposited the money it collected in taxes in the bank. The Bank of the United States issued paper money and made loans to farmers and businesses. ...