I am trying to measure how much money the government receives back as a result of an investment.

I know the net value of the tax paid by the company the grant was made to, call it x.

That 'x' is their gross tax (revenue * tax rate) - the tax from their expenses (expenses * tax rate).

Am I correct in understanding that that is the total revenue the government receives from that series of transactions that eventually ended in a final sale, or are there taxes which happen along the way which also contribute to the government's money?


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