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avoision

(əˈvɔɪʒən)
n
the non-payment of tax which cannot be classified as either avoidance or evasion
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A member of the Women's Tax Resistance League, (whose official motto was 'No Taxation Without Representation'), the princess appeared in court on several occasions after refusing to pay taxes.
8 billion shortfall has been attributed to the ailing economy and to a scary trend of tax resistance or worse, tax rebellion.
My husband, Alex, and I were in Berlin to represent the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Council (NWTRCC), based in New York.
This year I'm giving money to the Community Alliance of Lane County, Sponsors, Occupy Medical, Planned Parenthood, the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee, 350.
What Romain Huret demonstrates in his new history of American tax resistance is that the conservatives have actually agreed with the liberals about the disputed terrain.
3] It is possible to reduce income tax resistance by introducing non-manipulative techniques that empower tax moral.
However, nobody likes paying tax and it's worth remembering that historically tax resistance has played a part in the fall of many governments, including the mighty Roman Empire.
Hunthausen's approach reflected the spirit of Vatican II's ideals and presented the figure of a fearless leader who witnessed for peace, urged tax resistance as an effective protest method, and handled conflicts inside and outside the Vatican with skill.
In much of the book, Moon analyzes the tax resistance movements against the state and the various legal disputes over land against local elites, mobilized and led by the Ilchinhoe, which claimed to defend "the interests of the people" against the state-led and elitist reforms.
Taxpayers in Revolt: Tax Resistance during the Great Depression.
Archdiocese for Military Services; where none dare to instruct Catholics not to fight in the country's endless interventionist wars; where conscientious war tax resistance is not a staple of church teaching; where prelates sound off on the Affordable Care Act, but are mute on legislation sanctioning weapons procurement; where presidents of Catholic colleges and universities proudly support ROTC programs.
That's the purpose behind "99 Tactics of Successful Tax Resistance Campaigns", an informed and informative compendium of information that begins with identifying the varieties of tax resisters, along with the diverse tactics, strategies, and methods such tax resisters employ.