- income-tax [inkɔmtaks] n. m.ÉTYM. 1803-1804; incometax, attestation isolée, 1801, in Höfler; mot angl., de income « revenu », et tax « taxe, impôt ».❖♦ Didact. Dans les pays de langue anglaise, Impôt sur le revenu.
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