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NSTNewfoundland Standard Time (GMT-0330)
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NSTNoise Tracker
NSTNational Scenic Trail (NPS)
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NSTNeurostructural Integration Technique
NSTNursing Station Technician
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NSTNucleus of the Solitary Tract (in the brain stem)
NSTNuclear Science & Technology (various organizations)
NSTNew Security Technologies (Texas)
NSTNiigata Sogo Television (Japan)
NSTNational Sales Tax
NSTNorth South Trail (hiking)
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NSTNational Standard Thread (standard thread used on fire hoses and couplings in the US fire service)
NSTNoche Sin Tregua (Spanish TV show)
NSTNeon Sign Transformer
NSTNative Speaker Teacher
NSTNorth Sumatra Time (GMT+0630)
NSTNintendo Software Technology Corporation (Nintendo of America's internal development studio)
NSTNippon Steel Trading (Chicago, IL)
NSTNuclear Stress Test
NSTNeopian Standard Time (fictional)
NSTNetcentric Systems Test
NSTNATO Staff Target
NSTNorthside Storage Tunnel (Australia)
NSTNuclear Somatic Transfer (cloning method)
NSTNaval Staff Target
NSTNot Sooner Than
NSTNew Source Testing
NSTNavigation Technology Satellite
NSTNimrod Software Team (UK)
NSTNet Sync Time
NSTNon-Standard Terms
NSTNuclear & Space Talks
NSTNo School Tomorrow
NSTNode Systems Trainer
NSTNavy Standard Teletype
NSTNational Sector Team (Canada)
NSTNumber of Reporting Seismic Stations (US Geological Survey)
NSTName Search Transition
NSTNon-Scheduled Testing
NSTNormal Sphincter Tone
NSTNational Training Standard
NSTNetwork Signaling Terminal
NSTNSTAR Gas and Electric (Boston, MA)
NSTOffice of National Security Technology
NSTNormative Stakeholder Theory (business ethics)
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Mike Huckabee's proposal to abolish the IRs in favor of(what would be astronomical and regressive) national sales taxes invariably tout how simple they would be, but their deeper purpose is to reduce the share of taxes that the rich pay.
Thompson voted for the 2001 Bush tax cut and has expressed sympathy with the idea of a national sales tax "as a good place to start" on reform.
How might a national sales tax operate in conjunction with a state sales tax when the tax bases would differ?
This could be done by establishing either a national sales tax or a value-added tax (VAT), which could replace all income taxes imposed on both corporations and individuals.
An important controversy about a national sales tax is how high the tax rate would have to be.
However, history may look back on my success in getting a hearing before the Ways and Means Committee to eliminate the IRS and the tax code to replace them with a national sales tax as a more significant contribution.
The president has talked about having some type of national sales tax or flat tax.
businessmen understand the benefits of a National Sales Tax. We are losing business because foreigners can ship product to the U.S.
Many FTR proposals, such as the flat tax or the national sales tax, promise economic benefits by lowering marginal tax rates and changing the tax base.
Just when the country ought to be getting serious about its economic security, along comes the proposal that Washington decree a 10-day national sales tax holiday.
While I recognize that the authors of this book represent a consensus around a tax credit approach, I would have been interested in the viewpoint of those who have supported alternative tax policy such as replacing the current income tax and its various exclusions and deductions with a flat income tax with no exclusions or deductions, or a national sales tax (even though these are not politically feasible at this time).
The National Retail Federation, feeling slighted, wants a level playing field and is still propounding the same arguments from many years ago when a strong effort was made to persuade Congress to pass a national sales tax.
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