RFEGG758–VAT (value added tax) - text in letterpress wood type printing blocks on a digital tablet
RFJNBD0N–Value added tax VAT written on a front of book.
RFD9E8AP–VAT (Value Added Tax) on Stacks of Gold Coins with White Background
RFM5YEWB–Value added tax concept white canvas artist easel
RFF7X12W–Businessman pressing a VAT concept button.
RMBXRB79–VAT increased to 20% on January 4th 2011
RFGHEM2W–vat sign is held by businessman.
RFFDBECB–VAT or value added tax on black block with blurred background
RFR4G8YP–VAT - Value Added Tax On Blackboard
RFHT6BRW–Closeup on businessman holding a card with text VALUE ADDED TAX, business concept image with soft focus background and vintage tone
RF2DB1FYP–End of the German stimulus packages in January 2021. Hand turns dice and changes the expression 'MwST 16%' ('value added tax 16%') to 'MwST 19%' ('val
RF2HK70X6–DICTIONARY DEFINITION OF WORD VAT WITH ONE POUND COIN RE VALUE ADDED TAX INFLATION COST OF LIVING ETC UK
RMBR9KPF–Road sign showing hill of 17.5% - VAT Tax will rise from 17.5% to 20% in the UK in Jan 2011
RMBWE3F9–Value added tax increase, reminder showing on a desk calender ( 4th of January ) 20% V.A.T. . Part of the UK austerity measures
RM2AYR3JX–stamp lettering 7 % Mwst, 7 % value-added tax, with stack of newspapers, Germany
RM2HXT4J3–centre: Ian McKellen and Tom Bell with cast members of the play BENT (showing at the Criterion Theatre, in background) marching alongside performers from other West End productions to protest against the imposition of Value Added Tax (VAT) on theatre tickets. Photographed in Piccadilly Circus, London W1 in July 1979.
RF2DJBB2C–Mehrwertsteuer or MWSt - value-added tax or VAT in German - macro of receipt with shallow depth of field
RF2HEY756–Close up of a United Kingdom value added tax return document.
RF2G6JRB2–Wooden toy blocks forming the word 'vat' - value added tax concept
RMRBCDT2–Close up of the abbreviation of the word value added tax - VAT - ion a page inside of an English Dictionary - VAT concept
RFA54PG5–Value added tax increase
RF2C4J428–MwSt (value added tax) written on wooden dices, one is falling and turns from 19% to 16%, finance concept, German economic stimulus package after the
RMBWJ7FN–value added tax tax symbol Scrabble sales tax finances deliveries studio VAT
RFFKNERD–Businessman pressing a VAT concept button.
RFKD45Y4–Umsatzsteuer (in german Sales tax) touchscreen is operated by businessman.
RFWXWYC6–VAT (acronym for Value Added Tax) and Tax in 3d wooden alphabet letters on a bright green background
RF2EAHBFA–VAT letters on wooden blocks in blue background increasing stack of coins. Increase on value added tax concept.
RMHY4WX4–Stamp with the label Value added tax, Stempel mit der Aufschrift Mehrwertsteuer
RM2C84E2M–Hanover, Germany. 21st July, 2020. A retailer advertises in a shop window that he will pass on the reduction in value-added tax from 16 to 19 percent 1 to 1 to his customers. The summer sales are underway in the retail trade. Discounts are advertised in many shop windows. Credit: Hilal Özcan/dpa/Alamy Live News
RFP9TDR4–Tax burden concept with copy space
RF2H3P2F0–Value-added tax 19% Germany
RF2AMNYPT–Symbol for the different value-added tax ('MwSt' in German) rates in Germany
RMD59RYG–A roadsign indicates a 19% gradient with a German flag in the background, picture taken in Jocketa, Germany on 1 July 2010. After the presidental election, the black and yellow coalition formed by the Christian Democratic Union and the Liberal party announced that they will reconsider the disputed value-added tax rates. Especially the reduction of the VAT on hotel overnight stays f
RMF3FP91–Traders go on strike to protest against proposed VAT (Value Added Tax) ; Bombay Mumbai ; Maharashtra ; India
RFKCKH62–Text on page Value Added Tax highlight horizontal closeup
RMPBERCW–Moscow, Russia. 28th, July, 2018. Activist holds banner against raise the Value Added Tax (VAT) from 18 percent to 20 percent in Moscow, Russia
RF2CFRCT3–Duty and taxes. German tax cut on value-added tax (VAT). Receipt or invoice. Value, VAT and amount (in German).
RFA54NYE–Value added tax increase
RF2C51A2B–Calculator, piggy bank and dices with German text MwSt (value added tax), reduction from 19% to 16%, economic stimulus package in the coronavirus cris
RMKB5RB4–Beijing, China. 28th Sep, 2017. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang chairs a symposium on the reform of replacing business taxes with value-added tax (VAT), in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 28, 2017. Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli also attended the symposium. Credit: Ma Zhancheng/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
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