tax-collecting

tax-collecting

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the collection of taxes owed by individuals
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This was after the Supreme Court affirmed its 2018 decision that LGUs are entitled to internal revenue allotments (IRA) based on collections not just from the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) but from all tax-collecting government bodies.
But it was not the tax-collecting authorities here and in the rest of the EU which exposed this scandal, it was the hard work of journalists.
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), enacted in 2010, will require financial institutions abroad to disclose Americans' offshore accounts worth more than $50,000 to the tax-collecting U.S.
Businesses will collect the tax and send it to the state's tax-collecting authority.
Daiwa and Asahi will mutually farm out their tax-collecting services at branches in the Kanto and Kansai regions, starting in mid-September.
Last July, President Clinton signed a law to reform the tax-collecting pariah and make it a friendlier institution.
In the United States, feasts are still going strong, even if tax-collecting rituals now revolve around 1040 forms and IRS audits.
Under Henry IV and Louis XIII, two royal ministers, the Duke of Sully and Michel de Marillac, initiated a policy of centralization by depriving the estates in certain regions of their tax-collecting functions, which were entrusted instead to the king's representatives.