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Ansatz der Progressionsstufe

English translation: assessment/valuation/estimate of your progression level

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11:42 Jun 8, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
German term or phrase: Ansatz der Progressionsstufe
It’s a description of the tax regs for Europeans buying into a housing development (gated community) in FL, USA

"Das Finanzamt im Ihrem Heimatland wiederum wird das Ein kommen in den USA nicht besteuern, sondern dies nur zum Ansatz Ihrer Progressionsstufe verwenden. "

Thanks everybody!
Beth
English translation:assessment/valuation/estimate of your progression level
Explanation:
"Ansatz" here is German financial/administrational jargon.
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beermatt
Local time: 15:30
Grading comment
Thanks to both my answerers for their time and trouble!
(Tho’, I would request that we be a bit kinder to those who wish to be helpful but might possibly be in error.)
As the paid translator, *I* ultimately bear the responsibility to check the correctness of the answers I’m offered. In the full context (which can’t ALWAYS be quickly / well summarized), supposedly "WRONG, DUMMY!"- answers can end up working better than you might think.

So thanks to both, for they helped me narrow down my hunch.
BJ
2 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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Summary of answers provided
naassessment/valuation/estimate of your progression levelbeermatt
nabeginning of the progression level
txaccuracy


  

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9 mins
beginning of the progression level


Explanation:
depending on context

txaccuracy
PRO pts in pair: 17

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
Andy Lemminger: wrong meaning
2 hrs

profile removed: Wrooooong - Ansatz is assessment - if you are stupid, shut up!
5 hrs

Werner Patels: "txa" is Dutch and claims to work from German and French to English - buddy, none of these is your mother tongue - FOOL!
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assessment/valuation/estimate of your progression level


Explanation:
"Ansatz" here is German financial/administrational jargon.


    experience
beermatt
Local time: 15:30
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 53
Grading comment
Thanks to both my answerers for their time and trouble!
(Tho’, I would request that we be a bit kinder to those who wish to be helpful but might possibly be in error.)
As the paid translator, *I* ultimately bear the responsibility to check the correctness of the answers I’m offered. In the full context (which can’t ALWAYS be quickly / well summarized), supposedly "WRONG, DUMMY!"- answers can end up working better than you might think.

So thanks to both, for they helped me narrow down my hunch.
BJ

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Andy Lemminger
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profile removed
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