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Concepto o mandamiento de ingreso

English translation: income taxes due

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Spanish term or phrase:concepto o mandamiento de ingreso
English translation:income taxes due
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10:06 Nov 2, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: Concepto o mandamiento de ingreso
This phrase is a heading on a taxpayer's receitp.. it stands alone. Also, another heading is: "cargo en caja, rubros o cuentas afectadas"
This is from El Salvador
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income taxes due (literally: order to pay owed income taxes)
Explanation:
mandamiento:

payment order (ab)
An order given to a bank to pay or transfer an amount of money to a third party, for the account of the third party or the account of another. (b)

Synonyme(s):
bank payment order (c)
order to pay (d)

"Mandamiento de ingreso" appears to be used in many Hispanic countries (I even found Websites in Catalan...). Mandamiento = orden [See: www.juridicas.com/base_datos/Penal/rd190-1996.t2.html "orden o mandamiento de ingreso" ]

Definition of "concepto" from the Oxford SuperLex:

2 (Com, Fin): el dinero se le adeuda por diversos conceptos the money is owed to him in respect of various items/services;
recibieron $50.000 en or por concepto de indemnización they
received $50,000 in o as compensation; un complemento
salarial en concepto de dedicación plena an incentive
payment for full-time work
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4item or court-ordered payment
Ray Ables
naincome taxes due (literally: order to pay owed income taxes)
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income taxes due (literally: order to pay owed income taxes)


Explanation:
mandamiento:

payment order (ab)
An order given to a bank to pay or transfer an amount of money to a third party, for the account of the third party or the account of another. (b)

Synonyme(s):
bank payment order (c)
order to pay (d)

"Mandamiento de ingreso" appears to be used in many Hispanic countries (I even found Websites in Catalan...). Mandamiento = orden [See: www.juridicas.com/base_datos/Penal/rd190-1996.t2.html "orden o mandamiento de ingreso" ]

Definition of "concepto" from the Oxford SuperLex:

2 (Com, Fin): el dinero se le adeuda por diversos conceptos the money is owed to him in respect of various items/services;
recibieron $50.000 en or por concepto de indemnización they
received $50,000 in o as compensation; un complemento
salarial en concepto de dedicación plena an incentive
payment for full-time work


    Termium & Oxford SuperLex
    Reference: http://www.google.com/search?q=%22income+taxes+due%22&hl=en&...
Yolanda Broad
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item or court-ordered payment


Explanation:
This is the item or court-ordered payment for which the receipt is issued. It has nothing to do with "income taxes." The receipt is a "RECIBO DE INGRESOS" a "RECEIPT OF PAYMENT" from payment for a birth certificate or the like.

Ray Ables
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