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fiscal officer

  • 1 asesor fiscal

    m.
    tax adviser, tax advisor.
    * * *
    tax advisor
    * * *
    Ex. In many library situations, either the library or the municipality (or both) will have fiscal officers with expertise in these technical areas.
    * * *

    Ex: In many library situations, either the library or the municipality (or both) will have fiscal officers with expertise in these technical areas.

    * * *
    tax advisor o Br
    adviser

    Spanish-English dictionary > asesor fiscal

  • 2 experto fiscal

    Ex. In many library situations, either the library or the municipality (or both) will have fiscal officers with expertise in these technical areas.
    * * *

    Ex: In many library situations, either the library or the municipality (or both) will have fiscal officers with expertise in these technical areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto fiscal

  • 3 ejercicio fiscal

    • accounting period
    • financial tool of marketing
    • financial year
    • financial year accountancy
    • fiscal officer
    • fiscal period
    • fiscal policy
    • fiscal tax year
    • fiscal year
    • fiscal year profit

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ejercicio fiscal

  • 4 monopolio fiscal

    • fiscal management
    • fiscal monopoly
    • fiscal officer
    • government market
    • government monopoly
    • government monopoly revenue
    • revenue office
    • revenue profit
    • revenue-producing monopoly

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > monopolio fiscal

  • 5 período fiscal

    • accounting period
    • fiscal officer
    • fiscal period
    • fiscal policy
    • fiscal tax year
    • fiscal year
    • fiscal year profit

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > período fiscal

  • 6 vigencia fiscal

    • fiscal officer
    • fiscal period
    • fiscal policy

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > vigencia fiscal

  • 7 asesor

    adj.
    advisory, consulting, counseling, instructional.
    m.
    adviser, advisor, assessor, consultant.
    * * *
    1 advisory
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 adviser, consultant
    \
    asesor,-ra de imagen image consultant
    asesor,-ra fiscal tax advisor
    * * *
    1. (f. - asesora)
    noun
    consultant, advisor
    2. (f. - asesora)
    adj.
    * * *
    asesor, -a
    1.
    2.
    SM / F adviser, consultant

    asesor(a) administrativo/a — management consultant

    asesor(a) financiero/a — financial adviser

    asesor(a) jurídico/a — legal adviser

    asesor(a) técnico/a — technical adviser o consultant

    * * *
    I
    - sora adjetivo < consejo> advisory
    II
    - sora masculino, femenino advisor*, consultant
    * * *
    = advice worker, adviser [advisor, -USA], advisory, consultant, counsellor [counselor, -USA], referee, publication referee, assessor, top aide, spinner, spin doctor, consultative.
    Ex. NACAB have a research project to develop a mini-information pack that could be used by peripatetic advice workers.
    Ex. Recent action by government advisers has resulted in 'subject weightings' being applied to all courses in public sector higher education.
    Ex. The European Economic Community (EEC) Treaty of 25 March 1957 endowed the European Parliament with ' advisory and supervisory powers'.
    Ex. The American Library Association invited Lubetzky to the Library of Congress as a consultant on bibliographic policy.
    Ex. Also, the students are encouraged to explore subjects on interest to them in their school libraries and report on their investigations, either orally or in writing, to a teacher who serves as a kind of counselor or mentor for the project.
    Ex. The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex. This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex. This article examines the role of the external assessor in the process of reviewing academic libraries.
    Ex. Kelly reportedly said that top aides of Prime Minister Tony Blair had 'sexed up' intelligence reports to help justify an invasion of Iraq.
    Ex. The writer discusses how presidential spinner Ari Fleischer responded to questions about the proposed war with Iraq.
    Ex. The author suggests that the spin doctor is a new communication role, and raises questions about its relationship to the traditional public relations model.
    Ex. To this end some consultative procedure is to be recommended.
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    * asesor académico = education officer.
    * asesor de información = information consultant.
    * asesor de salidas profesionales = career(s) adviser.
    * asesor económico = financial consultant.
    * asesor estudiantil = education officer.
    * asesor financiero = financial advisor, financial consultant.
    * asesor fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * asesor legal = legislative assistant.
    * asesor moral = guidance counsellor, ethicist.
    * asesor principal = senior adviser, senior consultant.
    * asesor técnico de bibliotecas = library consultant.
    * asesor técnico en construcción de bibliotecas = library building consultant.
    * comité asesor = advisory committee, consultative committee.
    * enviar a un asesor experto = refer.
    * grupo asesor = advisory group.
    * Grupo Asesor sobre Redes (NAG) = Network Advisory Group (NAG).
    * * *
    I
    - sora adjetivo < consejo> advisory
    II
    - sora masculino, femenino advisor*, consultant
    * * *
    = advice worker, adviser [advisor, -USA], advisory, consultant, counsellor [counselor, -USA], referee, publication referee, assessor, top aide, spinner, spin doctor, consultative.

    Ex: NACAB have a research project to develop a mini-information pack that could be used by peripatetic advice workers.

    Ex: Recent action by government advisers has resulted in 'subject weightings' being applied to all courses in public sector higher education.
    Ex: The European Economic Community (EEC) Treaty of 25 March 1957 endowed the European Parliament with ' advisory and supervisory powers'.
    Ex: The American Library Association invited Lubetzky to the Library of Congress as a consultant on bibliographic policy.
    Ex: Also, the students are encouraged to explore subjects on interest to them in their school libraries and report on their investigations, either orally or in writing, to a teacher who serves as a kind of counselor or mentor for the project.
    Ex: The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex: This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex: This article examines the role of the external assessor in the process of reviewing academic libraries.
    Ex: Kelly reportedly said that top aides of Prime Minister Tony Blair had 'sexed up' intelligence reports to help justify an invasion of Iraq.
    Ex: The writer discusses how presidential spinner Ari Fleischer responded to questions about the proposed war with Iraq.
    Ex: The author suggests that the spin doctor is a new communication role, and raises questions about its relationship to the traditional public relations model.
    Ex: To this end some consultative procedure is to be recommended.
    * asesor académico = education officer.
    * asesor de información = information consultant.
    * asesor de salidas profesionales = career(s) adviser.
    * asesor económico = financial consultant.
    * asesor estudiantil = education officer.
    * asesor financiero = financial advisor, financial consultant.
    * asesor fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * asesor legal = legislative assistant.
    * asesor moral = guidance counsellor, ethicist.
    * asesor principal = senior adviser, senior consultant.
    * asesor técnico de bibliotecas = library consultant.
    * asesor técnico en construcción de bibliotecas = library building consultant.
    * comité asesor = advisory committee, consultative committee.
    * enviar a un asesor experto = refer.
    * grupo asesor = advisory group.
    * Grupo Asesor sobre Redes (NAG) = Network Advisory Group (NAG).

    * * *
    ‹consejo/junta› advisory
    ingeniero asesor consulting o consultant engineer
    masculine, feminine
    advisor*, consultant
    Compuestos:
    feminine ( Chi frml) maid
    asesor de imagen, asesora de imagen
    masculine, feminine public relations consultant o advisor
    asesor financiero, asesora financiera
    masculine, feminine financial adviser
    asesor fiscal, asesora fiscal
    masculine, feminine tax consultant o advisor*
    asesor militar, asesora militar
    masculine, feminine military advisor*
    asesor técnico, asesora técnica
    masculine, feminine technical consultant o advisor*
    * * *

     

    asesor
    ◊ - sora adjetivo ‹ consejo advisory;


    arquitecto/ingeniero consultant ( before n)
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    advisor( conjugate advisor), consultant
    asesor,-ora
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino adviser
    asesor fiscal, tax advisor
    II adjetivo advisory
    ' asesor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    asesora
    - consejero
    English:
    adviser
    - advisory
    - assessor
    - consultant
    - counsellor
    - counselor
    - financial adviser
    - legal adviser
    - aide
    * * *
    asesor, -ora
    adj
    advisory
    nm,f
    adviser
    asesor científico [de gobierno] scientific adviser; [de programa televisivo] scientific consultant;
    asesor financiero financial adviser;
    asesor fiscal tax adviser;
    Chile asesora del hogar maid;
    asesor de imagen image consultant;
    asesor jurídico legal adviser;
    asesor militar military adviser
    * * *
    I adj advisory
    II m, asesora f consultant, advisor, Br
    adviser
    * * *
    asesor, - sora n
    : advisor, consultant

    Spanish-English dictionary > asesor

  • 8 experto1

    1 = expert, referee, talent, expert witness, pundit, publication referee, techie, peer reviewer, technie, leading expert, hired gun, scholar.
    Ex. Standard reference works and experts may be consulted.
    Ex. The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex. The company sponsoring the award wants to find out how much can be done in terms of effective public relations and publicity using only local library talent.
    Ex. Appearing as an expert witness the librarian proved that, between 1943-55, a librarian following standard library practices of the time could have identified and located literature on the subject of the health effects of exposure to asbestos and the means of controlling dust in the mining and milling of asbestos.
    Ex. Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex. This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex. The article 'CD-ROMs for techies' profiles CD-ROM based tools providing personal computer technical support.
    Ex. All papers undergo blind review by external peer reviewers.
    Ex. The information superhighway is more than just a technies' playground.
    Ex. Each session will be chaired by a leading expert on the topic.
    Ex. Why not get a 'hired gun' who will do the job in the least time and give us the opinion we're looking for?.
    Ex. Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
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    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * como un experto = expertly.
    * consultar con otro experto = get + a second opinion.
    * encuentro entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
    * evaluación por expertos = peer review, refereeing, peer reviewing.
    * evaluación por expertos abierta = open refereeing.
    * evaluación por expertos anónima = blind refereeing.
    * evaluado por expertos = peer-reviewed, expertly appraised, refereed.
    * evaluar por expertos = referee.
    * evaluar por expertos doblemente = double referee.
    * experto bibliotecario = library expert.
    * experto empresarial = industry observer.
    * experto en = well versed in.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * experto en desactivación de bombas = detonation expert.
    * experto en desactivación de explosivos = detonation expert.
    * experto en dietética = dietitian [dietician], diet expert.
    * experto en informática = computer expert.
    * experto en la confección de documentos web = text mark-up expert.
    * experto en la materia = subject expert.
    * experto en medicina = medical expert.
    * experto en nutrición = nutritionist.
    * experto en recursos = resource person [resource people -pl.].
    * experto en tecnología = technologist.
    * experto fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * experto jurídico = legal expert.
    * expertos, los = experienced, the.
    * experto técnico = technical expert.
    * grupo de expertos = cadre, brains trust, group of experts, network, think tank.
    * panel de expertos = expert panel.
    * predicciones de expertos = punditry.
    * previsiones de expertos = punditry.
    * procedimiento de evaluación por expertos = refereeing procedure.
    * pronósticos de expertos = punditry.
    * pronunciamientos de expertos = punditry.
    * reunión de expertos = expert meeting [experts' meeting].
    * revista evaluada por expertos = refereed journal, peer-reviewed journal.
    * ser un experto en = be knowledgeable about.
    * ser un experto en la materia = know + Posesivo + stuff.
    * sin ser evaluado por expertos = unrefereed.
    * someter a una evaluación por expertos doble = double referee.
    * toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto1

  • 9 experto

    adj.
    expert, crafty, deft, masterful.
    m.
    1 expert, old hand, ace, adept.
    2 expert witness.
    * * *
    1 expert
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 expert
    * * *
    (f. - experta)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    experto, -a
    1.
    ADJ expert
    2.
    SM / F expert

    se dejó asesorar por un experto — he sought the advice of an expert, he sought expert advice

    experto/a contable — auditor, chartered accountant

    experto/a tributario/a — tax expert

    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo

    experto en + inf — very good at -ing

    II
    - ta masculino, femenino expert

    un experto en física nuclearan authority o an expert in nuclear physics

    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo

    experto en + inf — very good at -ing

    II
    - ta masculino, femenino expert

    un experto en física nuclearan authority o an expert in nuclear physics

    * * *
    experto1
    1 = expert, referee, talent, expert witness, pundit, publication referee, techie, peer reviewer, technie, leading expert, hired gun, scholar.

    Ex: Standard reference works and experts may be consulted.

    Ex: The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex: The company sponsoring the award wants to find out how much can be done in terms of effective public relations and publicity using only local library talent.
    Ex: Appearing as an expert witness the librarian proved that, between 1943-55, a librarian following standard library practices of the time could have identified and located literature on the subject of the health effects of exposure to asbestos and the means of controlling dust in the mining and milling of asbestos.
    Ex: Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex: This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex: The article 'CD-ROMs for techies' profiles CD-ROM based tools providing personal computer technical support.
    Ex: All papers undergo blind review by external peer reviewers.
    Ex: The information superhighway is more than just a technies' playground.
    Ex: Each session will be chaired by a leading expert on the topic.
    Ex: Why not get a 'hired gun' who will do the job in the least time and give us the opinion we're looking for?.
    Ex: Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * como un experto = expertly.
    * consultar con otro experto = get + a second opinion.
    * encuentro entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
    * evaluación por expertos = peer review, refereeing, peer reviewing.
    * evaluación por expertos abierta = open refereeing.
    * evaluación por expertos anónima = blind refereeing.
    * evaluado por expertos = peer-reviewed, expertly appraised, refereed.
    * evaluar por expertos = referee.
    * evaluar por expertos doblemente = double referee.
    * experto bibliotecario = library expert.
    * experto empresarial = industry observer.
    * experto en = well versed in.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * experto en desactivación de bombas = detonation expert.
    * experto en desactivación de explosivos = detonation expert.
    * experto en dietética = dietitian [dietician], diet expert.
    * experto en informática = computer expert.
    * experto en la confección de documentos web = text mark-up expert.
    * experto en la materia = subject expert.
    * experto en medicina = medical expert.
    * experto en nutrición = nutritionist.
    * experto en recursos = resource person [resource people -pl.].
    * experto en tecnología = technologist.
    * experto fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * experto jurídico = legal expert.
    * expertos, los = experienced, the.
    * experto técnico = technical expert.
    * grupo de expertos = cadre, brains trust, group of experts, network, think tank.
    * panel de expertos = expert panel.
    * predicciones de expertos = punditry.
    * previsiones de expertos = punditry.
    * procedimiento de evaluación por expertos = refereeing procedure.
    * pronósticos de expertos = punditry.
    * pronunciamientos de expertos = punditry.
    * reunión de expertos = expert meeting [experts' meeting].
    * revista evaluada por expertos = refereed journal, peer-reviewed journal.
    * ser un experto en = be knowledgeable about.
    * ser un experto en la materia = know + Posesivo + stuff.
    * sin ser evaluado por expertos = unrefereed.
    * someter a una evaluación por expertos doble = double referee.
    * toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.

    experto2
    2 = adept, experienced, master, skilled, trained, seasoned, qualified, virtuoso, expert, deft, technically minded.

    Ex: The machine is indeed quite adept at creating alternate access points and customized sequences.

    Ex: Thus, complex and irrational arrangements can be tolerated, since only relatively experienced staff need to be able to locate items.
    Ex: The plot for 99.9 percent represents about the norm for good master typists.
    Ex: When used by skilled abstractors this mixture of styles can achieve the maximum transmission of information, within a minimum length.
    Ex: The WILSONDISC system appears easier to the trained searcher who can gather a great body of relevant material by using Boolean free text searching.
    Ex: At the same time, seasoned librarians are faced with new learning requirements for computer seaching.
    Ex: The projections of qualified manpower into the year 2000 are bleak for personnel based industries.
    Ex: An enquirer upstaged by a virtuoso parade of knowledge may be unwilling to venture into the limelight again.
    Ex: A situation involving the dangerous or apparently dangerous person (perhaps someone reportedly carrying a gun or knife) requires the librarian to summon expert help.
    Ex: In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.
    Ex: The building was without electricity for much of the day as some planned system upgrades were implemented (for the technically minded, some old gubbings were apparently replaced with sleek shiny new ones).
    * conocimiento experto = expertise.
    * enviar a un asesor experto = refer.
    * inexperto = naive [naïve].
    * mecanógrafo experto = master typist.
    * no experto = non-expert [nonexpert].
    * parecido a un sistema experto = expert-type.
    * persona no experta = non-scholar.
    * ser experto en = be skilled at.
    * sistema experto = expert system, knowledge-base system.

    * * *
    experto1 -ta
    [ SER]:
    es experto en casos de divorcio he's an expert on divorce cases
    experto EN + INF very good AT -ING
    es experta en manipular a la gente she's very good at manipulating people, she's an expert when it comes to manipulating people
    es experto en meter la pata ( hum); he's very good at putting his foot in it ( iro)
    experto2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    expert experto EN algo:
    los expertos en explosivos the explosives experts
    una experta en la materia an authority o an expert on the subject
    mira cómo lo hace, es todo un experto watch how he does it, he's a real expert o he's really good at it
    * * *

     

    experto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo: es experto en casos de divorcio he's an expert on divorce cases;

    experto en hacer algo very good at doing sth
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    expert
    experto,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino expert [en, at/in]

    ' experto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    canto
    - como
    - dictamen
    - en
    - experta
    - interpretación
    - preparada
    - preparado
    - profana
    - profano
    - autoridad
    - entendido
    - especialista
    - perito
    English:
    accomplished
    - adept
    - authority
    - connoisseur
    - environmentalist
    - expert
    - master
    - no
    - oats
    - practiced
    - practised
    - pundit
    - purport
    - skilled
    - have
    - profess
    - professional
    - professionally
    - untrained
    * * *
    experto, -a
    adj
    expert;
    es experta en temas medioambientales she's an expert on environmental matters;
    es experto en hacer diabluras he's an expert at getting up to mischief
    nm,f
    expert;
    un experto en electrónica an electronics expert;
    un comité o [m5] una comisión de expertos a committee of experts;
    ¿poner pañales? ¡soy todo un experto! changing Br nappies? o US diapers? I'm quite the expert o Br a dab hand!
    * * *
    I adj expert;
    experto en hacer algo expert o very good at doing sth
    II m, experta f expert (en on)
    * * *
    experto, -ta adj & n
    : expert
    * * *
    experto n expert
    un experto en música an expert on music / a music expert

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto

  • 10 oficial financiero

    • fiscal matters
    • fiscal officer
    • fiscal panel

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > oficial financiero

  • 11 período contable

    • accounting period
    • fiscal officer
    • fiscal period
    • fiscal policy

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > período contable

  • 12 período económico

    • accounting period
    • fiscal officer
    • fiscal period
    • fiscal policy

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > período económico

  • 13 oficial financiero

    f. & m.
    fiscal officer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > oficial financiero

  • 14 agente fiscal

    • fiscal agency agreement
    • fiscal agent
    • Fiscal Analysis Division
    • government agency
    • government attorney
    • government attorney's office
    • revenue measure
    • revenue officer
    • revenue-producing monopoly
    • tax incidence
    • tax inspector
    • tax investigation
    • Treasury note
    • treasury representative
    • treasury shares

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > agente fiscal

  • 15 agente fiscal

    f. & m.
    fiscal agent, government attorney, tax inspector, revenue officer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agente fiscal

  • 16 fiscal

    1. adj
    фискальный, касающийся интересов фиска, казённый
    2. m
    fiscal togadoвоенный прокурор

    БИРС > fiscal

  • 17 carga fiscal

    бремя налогов, налоговое бремя

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > carga fiscal

  • 18 desgravación fiscal

    отмена налогов или сборов; снижение налогообложения

    beneficiarse de la desgravación fiscal — получать налоговые льготы; иметь выгоду от снижения налогов

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > desgravación fiscal

  • 19 presión fiscal

    бремя налогов; тяжесть налогообложения, налоговый "пресс"

    agravar presión fiscal — усиливать налоговый "пресс"

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > presión fiscal

  • 20 Fiscal

    1) фискальный, налоговый, казенный;
    2) налоговый инспектор, прокурор
    * * *
    в соч.
    - Fiscal de la Nación
    - Fiscal General de la República
    - Fiscal General del Estado

    El diccionario Español-ruso jurídico > Fiscal

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  • procurator fiscal — Fiscal Fis cal, n. 1. The income of a prince or a state; revenue; exchequer. [Obs.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] 2. A treasurer. H. Swinburne. [1913 Webster] 3. A public officer in Scotland who prosecutes in petty criminal cases; called also {procurator …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Chief financial officer — CFO redirects here. For other uses, see CFO (disambiguation). The chief financial officer (CFO) or Chief financial and operating officer (CFOO) is a corporate officer primarily responsible for managing the financial risks of the corporation. This …   Wikipedia

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