Value-added assessments, known as Vaas, was a hidden taxation levied by the Corporate Sector Authority against non-Authority corporations. The Authority's tax laws were written in such a way so that corporations could not write off the assessments, resulting in the companies paying income tax on income they did not earn. Assessments could range between two and thirty percent.


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