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Taxpayer

A person who pays taxes. In the United States, nearly everyone is a taxpayer at some level because almost everyone pays FICA taxes, sales taxes and other taxes. Colloquially, however, the word refers to persons who pay income and capital gains taxes. The word is sometimes used in a political context to make both conservative and liberal arguments.
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David Tobin arranged a permanent loan in the amount of $1,025,000 for a tax payer in East Northport, NY.
To a query regarding extra charges for non tax payers, Chief
So, provisional tax payers that have an extremely fluctuating or seasonal income flow face a pretty daunting task and may need to be blessed with psychic capabilities to comply with these requirements.
In certain circumstances, a salary sacrifice arrangement could reduce your gross salary sufficiently so you become a basic rate tax payer, rather than a higher rate tax payer, without it negatively impacting on you net pay and/or your disposable income and thus preserving your entitlement to child benefit.
With the province of Ontario's present policy I am very concerned that we the tax payers will be forced to pay for all faith-based schools.
KARACHI -- Zakaria Usman, President FPCCI stated that the government can earn more revenue from income tax on rentals income by adopting a uniform rate of 10% income tax rather to put the tax payers in different tax slabs and complex calculations of income tax on rentals.
Perhaps it is worth reflecting that the majority of people in this country are non-smokers, irrelevant of whether they are tax payers or not.
I ask council leader Warren Bradley, give every council tax payer of Liverpool a vote, Yes or No to a tram system.
The council tax payer already pays a hefty police tax with the totally bloated and unfair council tax.
Giving details, Suleri said, the state run OGDCL was the largest tax payer company with total tax payment of Rs 36.
Two tax collectors come to one tax payer, this duplication should be removed, he said.
At that time, I wrote to Cllr Storey (then leader of the council) and asked how much it had cost council tax payers to remove the flags and then replace then, and was told that the cost would be covered by Capital of Culture funding and therefore was not a cost to the tax payer.