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taxes

(tăk′sēz)
n.
A plural of taxis.

taxes,

n.pl the sum of monies collected by the various branches of a government.
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Reinforcing this change in expectation of the tax function was a Tax Council Policy Institute (TCPI) survey of tax directors, in which 83% of the respondents stated that "avoiding a financial statement error" was among their most important priorities; see TCPI 7th Annual Tax Policy and Practice Symposium, "The Corporate Tax Practice in the Age of Transparency: A Path Forward," 84 Taxes 33 (June 2006).
Whether the public is more willing to accept taxes or not, Democrats are wary--with good reason--of carelessly reigniting the tax revolt.
Howe Institute's study also categorized the detrimental effects of withholding taxes on Canada, including restricting the free flow of capital, deterring direct foreign investment, and interfering with efficient global company operations.
If a client has taken advantage of the options in the previous steps and wants to accumulate more retirement savings, it's time to consider investing in an annuity Annuities offer deferred taxes on earnings until payments are received but do not provide any of the other tax advantages that investments in earlier steps do.
One thing we plan to do to avoid the AMT is to pay our state and local taxes in January 2004, which will reduce our itemized deductions," explains Thomas Gordon.
Comparing the per capita tax burden to expenditures on goods and services shows that Americans are spending more money per capita in 2000 on taxes ($10,447) than on food ($2,713), clothing ($1,436), and shelter ($5,913) combined (see Figure 3).
It's hard to imagine someone earning, say, $50,000 and accepting this much government if, instead of paying $500 out of each month's paycheck, he had to pony up $6,000 in one lump sum just for federal income taxes.
There are no across-the-board cuts, and the act will whittle overall taxes only by a net $96 billion, slowly phased in over five years.
The lease provided for HBO to pay all real estate taxes.
Although the opportunity to lower taxes by transferring income-producing assets to children under 18 is curtailed by the kiddie tax, putting a child's funds in investments that produce little or no current taxable income can help avoid the tax; see RIA's Complete Analysis of the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005, [paragraph] 204.