ad valorem

According to the value

Ad valorem

Ad valorem literally means value added. It is generally used to refer to a tax (an ad-valorem tax) that is a percentage of the price of the product. An example of an ad valorem tax would be VAT.
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ad valorem

Commercial term implying that taxes or duties are calculated according to the value of a bond or commodity as opposed to its quantity. In rules and orders fixing certain duties, ad valorem duties...
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Ad valorem

Ad va·lo'rem [ Latin , according to the value.] (Com.) A term used to denote a duty or charge laid upon goods, at a certain rate per cent upon their value, as stated in their invoice, -- in opposition to a specific sum upon a given quantity or number; as, an ad valorem duty of twenty per cent.
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Ad valorem

• A term used to denote a duty or charge laid upon goods, at a certain rate per cent upon their value, as stated in their invoice, -- in opposition to a specific sum upon a given quantity or number; as, an ad valorem duty of twenty per cent.
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ad valorem

ad valorem; ad val., ad v., a/v According to value. Referring to taxes: 'In proportion to invoiced value of goods.' A term used when imposing customs and stamp duty, the duty increasing according to the value of the transaction of goods involved. Pronounced in English as: ad vuh LOH ruhm.
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Ad valorem

Per unit of value (i.e., divided by the price).
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Ad Valorem

Ad valorem (Latin: according to value) is a business term denoting a tax or commission that is calculated as a percentage of the total invoice value of goods rather than the number of items. For example, VAT is an ad valorem tax, calculated by adding a fixed percentage to an invoice value.
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Ad Valorem

Ad valorem is Latin for according to value
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Ad Valorem

Lat. According to the value. This term is used in commerce in reference to certain duties, called ad valorem duties, which are levied on commodities at certain rates per centum on their value.
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Ad Valorem

adj. latin phrase for "according to the value." It is used in reference to certain duties, called ad valorem duties, which are levied on commodities at certain rates per centum on their value. Ad-valorem taxes can be property tax, duties on imported items. Typically these are imposed at the time of a transaction or sometimes in connection...
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Ad Valorem

Latin. According to the value. Basis for many customs tariffs
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Ad Valorem

The Latin word for according to value.
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Ad Valorem

A legal term which translates to 'according to value'. This refers to assessment of property tax.
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Ad Valorem

Latin. According to the value. Basis for many customs tariffs
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AD VALOREM

means 'at value'. A rate or tax on the freight based on the value of goods.
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Ad Valorem

[horse] Ad Valorem (foaled 27 April 2002) is an American-bred, Irish-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He was one of the leading European two-year-olds of 2004, when he was unbeaten in three races including the Middle Park Stakes. He failed to win in 2005 but returned as a four-year-old to win the Queen Anne Stakes. Since his retirem...
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