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Croatian translation: odbijanje svih poreza vršit će se na početku

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12:07 Jul 11, 2002
English to Croatian translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: front end
...that all taxes be deducted at the front end.
MajaB
Local time: 04:16
Croatian translation:odbijanje svih poreza vršit će se na početku
Explanation:

Nisam sigurna da li ovo odgovara Vašem kontekstu, ali evo nekih pokušaja objašnjenja:

1. FRONT-END LOAD
Up-front commission fee (or "load") investors pay when they buy shares in a fund. Loads are calculated as a percentage, such as 2 or 3 percent, of the amount that an individual invests into a mutual fund. The load on a $500 investment with a 2 percent charge is $10.

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A "front-end load" is charged when you buy your shares. It typically ranges between 1% and 5.75% of your initial investment, and some funds charge you again for reinvesting your dividends in new shares of the fund. A "back-end load" is a fee the fund charges when you sell -- or redeem -- your shares. These deferred fees are essentially a tactic to keep you invested in the fund for the long term. A typical scenario would work this way: In the first year of ownership, you'd pay a charge in the range of 4% to 5.75% if you sold out of the fund. After that, the percentage declines each year until it disappears altogether after about six to eight years.


2. The Internet already has at least two major sets of taxes. The front-end taxes and back end taxes. The front-end taxes are being paid on the profits made by the businesses using the Internet. The back end taxes are the ones that are the Internet Service Provides (ISP), and they are the ones that connect your computers to the Internet system.

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/oversite/106cong/5-16-00/5-16h...

3. ... An input charge (or front-end tax) is a tax added to an input into the
production process instead of directly on the quantity of emissions. ...
www.chesapeake.org/stac/pubs/litsyns/ stephenson/steph.html

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2 +1odbijanje svih poreza vršit će se na početku
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odbijanje svih poreza vršit će se na početku


Explanation:

Nisam sigurna da li ovo odgovara Vašem kontekstu, ali evo nekih pokušaja objašnjenja:

1. FRONT-END LOAD
Up-front commission fee (or "load") investors pay when they buy shares in a fund. Loads are calculated as a percentage, such as 2 or 3 percent, of the amount that an individual invests into a mutual fund. The load on a $500 investment with a 2 percent charge is $10.

....................

A "front-end load" is charged when you buy your shares. It typically ranges between 1% and 5.75% of your initial investment, and some funds charge you again for reinvesting your dividends in new shares of the fund. A "back-end load" is a fee the fund charges when you sell -- or redeem -- your shares. These deferred fees are essentially a tactic to keep you invested in the fund for the long term. A typical scenario would work this way: In the first year of ownership, you'd pay a charge in the range of 4% to 5.75% if you sold out of the fund. After that, the percentage declines each year until it disappears altogether after about six to eight years.


2. The Internet already has at least two major sets of taxes. The front-end taxes and back end taxes. The front-end taxes are being paid on the profits made by the businesses using the Internet. The back end taxes are the ones that are the Internet Service Provides (ISP), and they are the ones that connect your computers to the Internet system.

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/oversite/106cong/5-16-00/5-16h...

3. ... An input charge (or front-end tax) is a tax added to an input into the
production process instead of directly on the quantity of emissions. ...
www.chesapeake.org/stac/pubs/litsyns/ stephenson/steph.html




    Reference: http://www.rjt.com/Glossary/f.htm
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Vesna Zivcic
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