Definitions for hidden tax

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

hid′den tax′(n.)

  1. any tax paid by a manufacturer, supplier, or seller that is added to the consumer price.

    Category: Business

Princeton's WordNet

  1. hidden tax(noun)

    a tax paid unwittingly by the consumer (such as ad valorem taxes)

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  1. hidden tax(Noun)

    a tax that is not visible to the end consumer (retail consumer)

  2. Origin: From hidden + tax

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  1. Hidden tax

    A hidden tax is a tax that is not visible to the taxpayer. These taxes can raise prices of goods and lower salaries for workers. Hidden taxes, although hidden, can decrease the purchasing power of individuals significantly. Many kinds of tax behave like hidden taxes:

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