The steady application of this principle brought Rabourdin to reforms in the finance system.
To lighten the burden of taxation is not, in matters of finance, to diminish the taxes, but to assess them better; if lightened, you increase the volume of business by giving it freer play; the individual pays less and the State receives more.
The whole subject is indeed less a question of finance than a question of government.
Secular and religious education had effaced the throat-grap- pling instinct, or else firm finance
held in check the passions.
This man, named Emery, was the object of popular detestation, in the first place because he was superintendent of finance, and every superintendent of finance deserved to be hated; in the second place, because he rather deserved the odium which he had incurred.
This was the same Emery who became eventually superintendent of finance.
Stocks and bonds, loans and mortgages, margins and securities--here was a world of finance
, and there was no room in it for the human world or the world of nature.
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, Franchise Finance
- a company that finances
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