unified credit

13:41 Sep 12, 2013
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English to Czech translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Taxation & Customs / Tax
English term or phrase: unified credit
Pozn.: Nepsal to rodilý mluvčí - prosím o pomoc s odhadem významu.

If the owner/founder will bequeath the business, she has included use of the annual gift tax exclusion and unified credit in the planning.
Pavlina Veresova
Czech Republic


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3sjednocená nezdanitelná částka
Pavel Slama


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sjednocená nezdanitelná částka


Explanation:
a možná do závorky "unified credit"

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Note added at 46 mins (2013-09-12 14:27:56 GMT)
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nebo ještě opisněji, "nezdanitelná částka na dědickou daň"

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Note added at 59 mins (2013-09-12 14:40:55 GMT)
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Pokud zakladatelka/majitelka svůj podnik odkáže, už při tom počítá s výjimkou z darovací daně a s nezdanitelnou částkou na dědickou daň ("unified credit").

(odhad významu celé věty, snad to v kontextu dává smysl?)

Pavel Slama
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