board of equalization

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Board of Equalization

A generic term for a government agency responsible for tax collection. In the United States, different states use their boards of equalization to collect different taxes. However, they tend to deal with property tax and, less commonly, sales tax.

board of equalization

A local government board charged with the responsibility of ensuring equal property tax assessments.Normally,a property owner appeals to the board of equalization if dissatisfied with the tax assessment notice received for the year.

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He is also the Board of Equalization Legislative Committee Chairman.
We've had clients who nearly lost their case with the California Board of Equalization merely for having their data in the wrong format and not including all of the requisite data in the process.
The Board of Equalization has the authority to tax within existing classifications, but it does not have the authority to reclassify alcohol beverages for the purpose of taxation.
As with its earlier decisions in 2001 in Yamaha and Pentel, the Board of Equalization did not issue decisions in Canon and Alps that can be cited as precedent by either taxpayers or the FTB.
We have a perfect record in our cases with the California Board of Equalization, because our tax professionals have the details of this field of aircraft and marine vessel sales tax down absolutely cold, in all of its intricacy.
The Board of Equalization acknowledges that sales of Botox are not subject to tax when the product is used to treat physical maladies like cervical dystonia (abnormal muscle contractions).
A Commission resolution on the new surcharge will be delivered to the State Board of Equalization.
The five-member California State Board of Equalization (BOE) is a publicly elected tax board.
35 million, the yacht was not a big boat but also a lot of sales tax for the California Board of Equalization.
A newspaper reporter's inquiry regarding the Board of Equalization was recently posted on the TaxTalk listserve.
The measure would create a panel of three retired judges to draw boundary lines for congressional, state legislative and Board of Equalization districts.
The Minnesota Board of Equalization recently released its 2002 property valuation orders changing some county assessors' estimates of market value for use in determining property taxes payable in 2003, the Minnesota Department of Revenue announced today.

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