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tax

a compulsory financial contribution imposed by a government to raise revenue, levied on the income or property of persons or organizations, on the production costs or sales prices of goods and services, etc.
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I asked Barbara Macklem, a volunteer at the Arden Craft Shop Museum, how many bona fide Single Taxers live in The Ardens these days.
the would-be planetary taxers may have found their best opportunity to move forward thus far.
No total victory for the antibedroom taxers but fairer treatment and a financial lifeline for many families.
49) Single taxers, revolutionary socialists and other radicals were ultimately expelled from the Labor parties.
Garland believed that George's main importance for Australians was that they became familiar with the theoretical arguments in favour of land taxation, even though they rejected the 'grosser excesses' and 'more manifest extravagances' of his doctrines, and even if they became land taxers rather than Single Taxers (Garland 1934, p.
But it was too grotesque to survive long except among the most virulent poll taxers.
The pro-income taxers tell us that without more money, the Eugene and Bethel school districts will increase class sizes and generally face disaster.
The trouble is that sin taxers don't appreciate human creativity: Consumers have a knack for replacing one sin with another.