EPT

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EPTEuropean Poker Tour
EPTÉducation Pour Tous
EPTEnglish Placement Test
EPTEasy Pool Tutor (billiards)
EPTExpedited Partner Therapy (US CDC)
EPTEarly Pregnancy Test
EPTÉcole Polytechnique de Tunisie (French: Polytechnic School of Tunisia)
EPTEdwin'S Power Tools
EPTEmbedded Points
EPTExternal Properties Table
EPTEdit Partition Table
EPTExtended Page Table
EPTEncapsulated Postscript with Tiff
EPTEl Paso, Texas (border patrol sector)
EPTEstudio de Precios de Transferencia (Spanish: Study of Transfer Prices; Guatemala)
EPTEnvironmental Policy and Technology (project)
EPTElectromagnetic Propagation
EPTEstrogen and Progestin Therapy (menopause relief)
EPTEphemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera
EPTElectric Power Technologies (est.1982; Hudson, MA)
EPTExploration and Production Technology (various locations)
EPTElectronic Payment Terminal
EPTError Proof Test (over the counter pregnancy test product)
EPTExternal Proficiency Testing (laboratory quality control)
EPTEnvironmental Political Theory
EPTEvaluation Project Team (various organizations)
EPTEmpire of the Petal Throne (fantasy role-playing game)
EPTEthylene Propylene Terpolymer
EPTEngine and Powertrain (engineering)
EPTEctopic Pregnancy Trust (Uxbridge, UK
EPTEquipment Performance Tracking
EPTEarliest Possible Time
EPTExcess Profits Tax
EPTEnteric Pathogen Transport
EPTEastern Prevailing Time
EPTElectrical Plastic Tubing
EPTEn Plan Travesti (Spanish)
EPTEssential Portfolio Theory (investing)
EPTElectric Pulp Test (endodontics)
EPTEnterprise Profit Tax
EPTEgress Procedures Trainer
EPTEmergency Procedures Training
EPTEducational Philosophy and Theory
EPTEnterprise Process Team
EPTElectronic Power Transfer (construction)
EPTElectrical Product Team
EPTEngineering Process Team
EPTEstatus de Protección Temporal (Spanish)
EPTExperimental Prototype Test
EPTEnvironment Protection Toilet
EPTEvoked Potential Technologist
EPTEvolutionary Personality Theory
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Justice Sotomayor suggested in PPL that the Court could have looked at the five companies that had different initial periods as outliers, thereby making it improper to reformulate the tax as an excess profits tax.
It appears that the Third Circuit missed the point that an excess profits tax should be applied not to P, but rather to P less some threshold amount representing a normal return.
71% tax on profits above a threshold level, a result it described as "a classic excess profits tax.
26) Rather than propose to supplant the corporate income tax, the Twin Cities group supported continuing the high corporate rates at 1942 levels, while cutting the excess profits tax and other wartime taxes and sharply reducing individual surtax and capital-gains rates.
Finally, given his stochastic inclinations, Brandes is loath to censure the Representative from North Carolina and the Senator from Georgia who assured rejection of Roosevelt's excess profits tax.
Both cases raise questions about what constitutes an excess profits tax, when foreign taxes are creditable, and even how Treasury regulations should be interpreted.
But it is not believed that the IMF is giving serious consideration to a tax on transactions and is now said to be looking at two central tax recommendations - the excess profits tax and a balance sheet tax that has been proposed by US President Barack Obama's administration and already implemented in Sweden.
Initial plans levy on financial transactions but it is not believed that the IMF is giving serious consideration to that and is now said to be looking at two central tax recommendations - the excess profits tax and a balance sheet tax that has been proposed by Barack Obama's administration and already implemented in Sweden.
By 1944, the excess profits tax rate had risen to 95 percent.
It included revision of the tax laws--including modification or elimination of the excess profits tax to benefit corporations--and double taxation of dividends; shifting of the national debt to long-term bonds; and providing for a sliding scale interest rate based on demand.
5] An additional "declared value" excess profits tax, based on profits in excess of a percentage of the value of corporate stock, was in effect from 1933 through 1945.
7] From June 1940 to the end of 1945, a tax on profits in excess of average prewar earnings was also imposed, it was taken into account, as either a deduction or a credit, for the income tax and the other excess profits tax.