benefit principle

benefit principle
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benefit principle UK US noun [C]
TAX, ECONOMICS the theory that people who use a public service or product should pay more tax towards it than people who do not use it: »

The ability-to-pay principle of taxation stands in sharp contrast to the benefit principle.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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