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taxpayer

A building, often temporary, which yields a minimal return on investment, usually little more than real estate taxes.
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David Tobin arranged permanent financing in the amount of $2,150,000 for a tax payer in Perth Amboy, NJ.
But rail journalist Roger Ford has calculated that if growth falls as low as 3% the tax payer will have to find an extra pounds 190m, while the total cost to GNER will be pounds 50m.
This year, the non-income tax payers are being charged more as compared to tax payers, whose data is available on Federal Board of Revenues (FBR) website.
Now that the tax year has closed for individuals who are subject to the pay as you earn tax dispensation, it is the turn of the provisional tax payer.
As the proposal stands, a family where one parent is a higher rate tax payer will lose their entitlement to child benefit, whereas a family where both parents earn just less than the higher rate threshold will not.
I am writing this letter to you in regards to the cost of education to the tax payers in the province of Ontario.
5 million loan for a tax payer building in the Bronx.
While sharing his views about the tax collection he said that tax cannot be collected by force, the public would like to pay taxes without fear if rates and policies of taxes are rationalized and the tax payer should not be indulged into unnecessary record keeping and complex calculations.
I AM surprised that the cost of the early retirement for 80 Wirral Council employees to the Council Tax payer is pounds 1,006,900.
DOES 'Tax Payer of Dalton' claim to represent just tax payers or all the English when bemoaning the smoking ban imposed by the Government?
I am a council tax payer and do not want to see this outdated eyesore of a transport system in our city.
SIR - It is outrageous that the council tax payer in Wrexham or anywhere else has to pay for a 'Parking Bobby'(Western Mail, March 23).