tax collector

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Noun1.tax collector - someone who collects taxes for the governmenttax collector - someone who collects taxes for the government
administrative official, bureaucrat - an official of a bureaucracy
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poreznik
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belastinginner

tax collector

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References in classic literature ?
The Congress shall have Power to lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;
Mr Khan said that there were loopholes in the previous act due to which the withholding agents were not willing to collect taxes or they would collect the taxes from the individuals, but would not submit the same to the government.
The Ministry of Finance aims to collect taxes of EGP 537bn at the end of the current fiscal year, 31% more than the previous fiscal year.
In a tweet, the PTI chief said it is shameful how the government refuses to collect taxes from the powerful.
He said, 'We have started sector-wise work to collect taxes from the masses.
With the addition of four new NBP branches, the bank has approval to collect taxes for the ET & NC Department involving overall 14 branches of the bank, revealed a statement issued here in Karachi on Sunday.
He said the sole reason of the ordinance to collect taxes.
A tax lien is one of the remedies used by the BIR to collect taxes.
He blasted the PM for tax evasion, accusing him of unwilling to collect taxes from the elite class.
Economist Srey Chanthy said online registration will enhance the government's ability to collect taxes and make it easier for businesses to pay them.
For decades, "brick and mortar" stores have questioned the fairness of having to collect taxes when remote sellers don't.
Texas has no way to force sellers in other states to collect taxes.