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NRA (Non-Resident Alien) Tax

The tax which must be withheld by the corporation or its disbursing agent (usually 15% or 30%, depending on the hold's citizenship).
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Opponents of the NRA, which also acts as a powerful lobbying group, and proponents for stricter gun-control laws are planning multiple protests, a "die-in" and advocacy training to coincide with the event.
The NRA's political action committee, the Political Victory Fund, also grades elected officials on an A to F scale, a shorthand voting guide that steers members to pro-gun candidates.
But the insurance company MetLife discontinued its discount programme with the NRA on Friday.
The lowest favorability rating was in June 1995, when 42% viewed the NRA favorably, at a time when the NRA sent out a fundraising letter calling federal law enforcement agents "jack-booted government thugs" in the wake of the Waco siege in 1993.
Collection of non-tax revenues, among which penalties by other state bodies collected by the NRA, reached BGN 376 M, up by BGN 51 M from the 2013 target.
The NRA Cargo Slide by Jotto Gear provides easy access to cargo in a pickup truck or SUV at the campsite or on the job.
Overall, the NRA spent just north of $25 million on last year's election: $7 million supporting Republican candidates, and $18 million attacking Democrats.
"Is the press and political class here in Washington so consumed by fear and hatred of the NRA and America's gun owners," he asked, "that you're willing to accept a world where real resistance to evil monsters is a lone, unarmed school principal?" Proponents of gun control immediately rejected the idea, hardening battle lines in a social debate that divides Americans as much as abortion or same-sex marriage.
Seldom has the NRA gone so long after a fatal shooting without a public presence.
We traditionally endorse a few candidates in hopes of bringing fresh blood into cloistered world of the NRA Board.
Maurice Collins SC, for Celtic Roads Group, said the NRA was itself effectively the operator of the M50 and appeared not to have reduced tolls there.