municipal rates

Translations

municipal rates

pl (Brit), municipal taxes
pl (US) → Gemeindesteuern pl, → Gemeindeabgaben pl
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Our goal is to seek tax-exempt income while providing a potential hedge against rising municipal rates.
The interest rates are based on the "very low" municipal rates for which districts are eligible.
And if they took the bold step to increase municipal rates they might stop being financially dependent on the state altogether.
Sure, it means the state giving up a bit of 'sovereignty,' but it can impose municipal rates and taxes, so it is an investment in which the state keeps on receiving.
Increases in total kilowatt-hour sales, cost recovery revenue, federal production tax credits, transmission revenue and municipal rates were partially offset by higher operating and interest expenses, as well as increased costs under the Square Butte purchased power contract.
There is valued-added-tax (VAT), customs duty, income tax, capital gains tax, company tax, municipal rates, land registration duty, airport tax and finally--at the end--estate duty.
The tenant should budget for operating costs, municipal rates and taxes, cleaning services and additional security costs, which are generally not provided by the landlord.
Sipping a cappuccino at a cafe, Mokhele, said he saw little return from the high taxes he paid or the municipal rates levied on his property.
u[micro] Protect your personal information such as your ID, driver's licence, municipal rates accounts; criminals can use this information to assume your identity and apply for bank accounts.
All municipal rates are lower than the investor-owned utilities," Mr.
The Review thought that it would have been better located in the more affluent Tarleton Street and noted: 'In his zeal for fair play for the street in which (one of) his public houses is situated, Mr Byrne prudently ignored the question of what proportion the contributions to the municipal rates of Christian Street bore to those of Tarleton Street.
However, probably most of the working women were street vendors and/or intermediaries in the local market, often evading taxes and selling at prices lower than municipal rates usually controlled by local authorities.
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