antitax

antitax

(ˌæntɪˈtæks)
adj
(Economics) opposed to taxation
Translations
antifisc
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The Commission on Audit (COA) has sought an investigation of the Bureau of Internal Revenue's (BIR) advertising contracts for its antitax evasion program.
Stagnant tax policies and antitax fervor coupled with the Legislature's inattention to changing business patterns will play havoc with local government financing over the coming years.
Foster (1997) finds that property tax limitations are associated with lower numbers of special districts and interprets those unexpected findings as potentially reflecting antitax sentiment binding special districts.
Broadcasters were joined in their opposition to public TV by Milwaukee's oldest and largest antitax organization, the Affiliated Taxpayers' Committee.
And in bucking from Republicans antitax dogma, Donohue is again calling for a "modest" increase in the federal tax on motor fuels to help pay for what President Donald Trump has promised will be up to $1 trillion in infrastructure spending over 10 years.
They also drew in a few influential fiscal conservatives, such as antitax activist Grover Norquist, who began to view criminal justice as another example of state spending run amok.
Just as Robin Hood has been appropriated by groups depicting him as either an antitax rebel or an antirich redistributionist, J.
O'Connor predictably lionizes a sanitized version of the Progressives, celebrates the New Deal, praises the Great Society, and castigates the rise of the conservative movement for its antitax message.
In all, it seems reasonable to conclude that the antitax petitioners' enmity and bitterness deprived B.
Referencing well-known antitax activist Grover Norquist, Zelenak pointedly illustrates how and why antistatists prefer a return-based tax system.
IFS director Paul Johnson said: "The Chancellor argues that because he is committed to PS12bn of welfare cuts and PS5bn of antitax avoidance measures, the required cuts to public service spending are much more modest.
De Blasio can promise change, but a determinedly reformist and antitax legislature will most probably tie his hands.