assessment


assessment
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Irish dividend, account, allowance, analyzing, appraisal, appraisement, appraising, appreciation, apprizal, approximation, assessing, assize, assizement, bill, blackmail, blood money, calculation, categorization, cess, classification, computation, conscience money, contribution, correction, determination, direct tax, dual pricing, duty, emolument, estimate, estimation, evaluating, evaluation, evaluative criticism, factoring, fee, footing, gauging, graduated taxation, grouping, hush money, identification, imposition, impost, indirect tax, initiation fee, instrumentation, joint return, judgment, levy, measure, measurement, measuring, mensuration, metric system, mileage, opinion, price determination, pricing, progressive tax, quantification, quantization, ranking, rating, reckoning, retainer, retaining fee, scot, separate returns, sifting, sifting out, single tax, sorting, sorting out, stipend, stock, supertax, surtax, survey, surveying, tariff, tax, tax base, tax dodging, tax evasion, tax exemption, tax return, tax structure, tax withholding, tax-exempt status, taxable income, taxation, telemetering, telemetry, tithe, toll, triangulation, tribute, unit pricing, valuation, valuing, view, weighing, winnowing, withholding tax

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