Tax Related Quotes



At its most basic the democratic contract is a simple one: the right to vote comes with a responsibility to society, through tax payments and citizenship.

Lucy Powell


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“It used to be, if you sold your main residence, you had to either pay tax on the gain or buy another home that cost more than the home you sold. Because the rules have changed, you no longer have to worry about that gain.”

Cindy Hockenberry


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“The tax cut provides enough of a floor that we don't fall too far. We'll have a base from which to grow.”

Lawrence Lindsey


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The foundations set up as tax shelters by the wealthy tended to spend as much money glorifying the donors' names and providing cushy jobs for their friends"

Anne Stuart


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The power to tax, once conceded, has no limits; it continues until it destroys.

Robert A. Heinlein


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“It would appear that with revenue collection exceeding budget this fiscal year, additional tax relief may be forthcoming when Finance Minister Trevor Manuel unveils the national Budget for 2006/2007 on 15th February. Welfare and dependency grants, personal income tax relief, and cuts in those costs which would make housing more affordable for middle and low income earners are likely to buoy consumption expenditure, and manufacturing.”

Colen Garrow


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“I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.”

Douglas Adams


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You can't tax business. Business doesn't pay taxes. It collects taxes.

Ronald Reagan


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“Liberal Democrats are inexorably opposed to tax cuts, because tax cuts give people more power, and take away from the role of government.”

Rush Limbaugh


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“Let private enterprise do as much of it as possible and keep as much property on the tax rolls as possible.”

Rusty Depass


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