- adj. Describing a person or organization that pays taxes.
- adj. not exempt from paying taxes
“Stand in taxpaying voters for the mob and there we are.”
“The key word, just like today, is "taxpaying," as in property.”
“The confluence of these factors can be viewed as creating a kind of taxpaying ethos, which explains why most Western democracies have a much higher rate of tax compliance than is predicted by purely economic models.”
“The U.S. taxpaying citizenry has been sold out by Wall Street, the elite, and our political leaders.”
“They know little of the scale of unanswered phone calls, and the unopened letters, the data quality of tax payers' records and perhaps most importantly the nature and quality of the service provided on a daily basis to the taxpaying public.”
“In a perfect world, of course, there would be no corporate income taxes because they represent double taxation once when the profits are earned and once again when those profits are distributed to real, live, taxpaying individuals.”
“Decision-making should not rest in the hands of a few people who share very similar ideas about what the American taxpaying public considers quality and engaging programming.”
“Many found jobs, settled down, and became hardworking, taxpaying citizens.”
“Nor should the taxpaying sports fans in Buffalo, San Diego and Oakland.”
“This month the IRS released more detailed tax data for 2009, and the nearby table records the decline of the taxpaying rich.”
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