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tax·man

 (tăks′măn′)
n.
One that is responsible for the collection of federal, state, or local taxes.

taxman

(ˈtæksˌmæn)
n, pl -men
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a collector of taxes
2. informal a tax-collecting body personified: he was convicted of conspiring to cheat the taxman of five million pounds.
Gender-neutral form: tax inspector
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.taxman - someone who collects taxes for the governmenttaxman - someone who collects taxes for the government
administrative official, bureaucrat - an official of a bureaucracy
Translations

taxman

[ˈtæksmæn] N (taxmen (pl)) → recaudador m de impuestos (euph) (= tax authorities) the taxmanHacienda f

taxman

[ˈtæksˌmæn] n (-men (pl)) (Brit) (fam) the taxmanil fisco
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The policy-making body for the Income Tax Department, however, made it clear in its directive issued on Wednesday that such an enquiry will be specific to the allegation of tax theft that was flagged to the taxman by any other probe agency, in order to ensure that the assessing officer does not undertake a "fishing or roving" exercise resulting in harassment of the taxpayer.
There is a very comfortable relationship between the Palace and the HMRC where the Royal Family volunteers to pay some tax and the taxman is very grateful," an aide told (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1047070/Meghan-Markle-tax-US-government-Meghan-Markle-citizenship-Meghan-royal-income) Express.
WORKERS at Roadchef must feel they've been screwed out of money twice first by a self-serving fatcat boss and then the taxman.
He was acquitted in court for trying to dodge the taxman, but he married his partner of 40 years, leaving all his inheritance to his partner, who he married two days before he passed away.
Taxman, which has a long involvement in the Town Center and other projects in the area, last year received approval for 80 apartments in a six-story building on the 1.25-acre site in a tax increment financing district.
Google's PS130million deal with the taxman is "derisory" and must be probed by public spending watchdogs, Labour said yesterday.
An alliance of shopkeepers in Crickhowell, Powys, featured in BBC Two show The Town That Took On The Taxman earlier this week.
At present the taxman gets 40% of estates worth PS325,000, or PS650,000 for married couples.
TAXMAN is a song by George Harrison on the 1966 Beatles album Revolver.
And we also tried calling Byram at his office at TaxMan, but the phone just rang.