Indirect tax

An indirect tax, such as a sales or excise tax, is not paid directly by the consumer; rather it is collected by an intermediary such as a manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer who remits the tax to the government revenue authority. The tax is passed on to the consumer as it is included in the final price paid by the consumer.



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