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ROTRepublic of Texas (biker rally)
ROTRule of Thumb
ROTReign of Terror (band, and also a gaming clan)
ROTRoot of Trust (computing)
ROTRotunda (Portuguese postal usage)
ROTRisk of Trip
ROTRight on Time (Red Hot Chili Peppers song)
ROTRight on Time
ROTTAROM Romanian Air Transport (ICAO code)
ROTRotation
ROTRestraint of Trade
ROTRunning Object Table
ROTRate of Turn
ROTRegistered Orthopedic Technologist (American Society of Orthopedic Professionals)
ROTReturn on Talent
ROTRule of Thirds (photography)
ROTRepublic of Turkey
ROTRetention of Title
ROTRose of Tralee (Ireland)
ROTRise of the Triad (video game)
ROTReally Off Topic
ROTRedundant, Obsolete, Trivial
ROTRunway Occupancy Time
ROTRemaining Operating Time
ROTRetailers' Occupation Tax (Illinois, USA)
ROTRedundant, Outdated, or Trivial (material on web pages; US EPA)
ROTRecord Of Trial
ROTRemotely Operated Tool
ROTReceive Only Terminal
ROTRise Over Thermal (wireless communication systems)
ROTRight Offensive Tackle (football position)
ROTRehabilitate-Own-Transfer (project/financing arrangement)
ROTRise of Tyrants (online game)
ROTRegistered Option Trader
ROTRequirements Operability Test (US Air Force)
ROTRise of Terror (online game)
ROTRolled on Tube (textile business)
ROTRevision of Terms (loans)
ROTReturn on Turnover
ROTRealms of Thoth (gaming)
ROTRadar On Target
ROTResults Oriented Thinking
ROTReapers of Time (gaming clan)
ROTRight on Test
ROTResource Occupancy Time
ROTResidue Off-Site Treatment
ROTReign of Tatooine (gaming clan)
ROTRadar-Only Tactic
ROTRoyal Operating Table (Crossing the Line Ceremony)
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The government operations committee voted 5-3 Monday to implement a 3% municipal cannabis retailers' occupation tax starting next year.
The pledged home rule sales and use taxes comprise three separate taxes: a 1.25% Home Rule Municipal Retailers' Occupation Tax on most non-titled tangible personal property, a 1.25% Home Rule Municipal Service Occupation Tax on tangible personal property purchased from a service provider, and a 1.25% Home Rule Municipal Use Tax on Titled Personal Property.
The pledged local share sales tax revenues comprise four separate taxes: the Illinois Retailers' Occupation Tax (city portion is currently equivalent to 1% of sales within the city), Illinois Service Occupation Tax (city portion is currently equivalent to 1% of sales within the city), Illinois Use Tax (city receives 4% of net receipts of a 6.25% tax on most non-titled personal property purchased outside of the state and 20% of a state-wide 1% tax on grocery food, drugs and medical appliances purchased out of state), and the Illinois Service Use Tax (city receives 4% of net receipts of a state-wide 6.25% tax on most tangible personal property purchased from a service provider and 20% of a state-wide 1% tax on grocery food, drugs and medical appliances purchased from a service provider).
Subpart 130.605 exempts the retailers' occupation tax from being imposed on the sale of fly-away aircrafts if three conditions are met.
It covers the Retailers' Occupation Tax (ROT), the Use Tax (UT), the Service Occupation Tax (SOT), and the Service Use Tax (SUT) and includes an analysis of the similarities and differences between these taxes.
The pledged home rule sales taxes comprise two separate taxes: a 1% Home Rule Municipal Retailers' Occupation Tax on gross receipts from sales of tangible personal property by retailers in the village and a 1% Home Rule Municipal Service Occupation Tax on tangible personal property purchased from a service provider.
Among the possibilities are a tax-increment financing (TIF) district, a Cook County Class 7B tax break, a rebate of a certain percentage of the Illinois Retailers' Occupation Tax, or incentives that would be available via a still-pending state bill encouraging the redevelopment of such "Big Empties" as the site's two vacant buildings.
Among the possibilities listed are a tax increment financing district, a Cook County Class 7B tax break, a rebate of a certain percentage of the Illinois Retailers' Occupation Tax, or consideration of incentives that would be available with passage of a still-pending state bill aimed at encouraging the redevelopment of such "Big Empties" as the site's two vacant buildings.