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TTrue
TTelephone
TTrainer (US military aircraft designation; as in T-1 Seastar)
TTime
TTeen (ESRB)
TTeam
TTechnology
TTest
TTraining
TTen (playing card)
TTerm (life insurance)
TTechnical (foul)
TTip
TTraffic
TTarget Corporation (IRB)
TMassachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
TTechno
TTea
TTie
TToyota
TTemperature
TDraft (naval architecture; waterline height)
TAT&T (stock exchange symbol)
TTank (oil & water tanks)
TTerminal
TTransition Metal
TTestosterone
TTransformation (mathematics)
TAlberta (postal code designation, Canada)
TTactics
TTackle (football)
TTreasury (various organizations)
TTerrorist
TTransmit
TTango (aviation letter code)
TTraded (baseball card set designation)
TTorque
TThesis
TTera
TTranspose
TTasmania
TTrillion
TThroughput
Tteaspoon
TTonne
Ttablespoon
TTesla
TThunderstorm (weather reports)
TTopps (baseball card manufacturer)
TTaxe (French: tax; postage due mark; philately)
TThymus
TTORX (Textron Inc. driver/fastening system)
TT-Mo (rapper)
TThreonine (amino acid)
TTransmittance
TTurbocharge(d)
TThrust Force (aerodynamic equations)
TTopicality (debate)
TThymine (DNA base)
TTemporary Register
TT-Joint (welded joint type)
TTransmissivity
TThoracic Vertebra (prefix, as in T-1, T-2)
TTureaud (Mr. T)
TUS Telegraph (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
TTrue Bearing
TThermostabilized (space food)
TTiefdruckgebiet (German: low pressure system)
TTaxable Item
TTracer element (US military ammunition)
TPrimary immune system white blood cell
TUS DoT tire speed rating (118 mph)
TWith mark approval by Dentori or Japan Electrical Testing Laboratory (JET)
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Weston and Tina Weston, $25,207.1S in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed March 29.
Kappa Pizza LLC, $1,240.22 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed June 15.
Alpine Rock Supplies Inc., $2,299.70 in unpaid federal taxes. Filed Sept.
possessions; the total amount of foreign taxes paid; the date, form and contents of the notice to shareholders; and the proportionate share of this income received and those taxes paid during the tax year attributable to one share of its stock.
In 2006, New Jersey governor Jon Corzine raised taxes. Many expected him to face the backlash that his ill-fated predecessor Jim Florio encountered in the 1990s.
Having run his General Motors dealership since 1991, Badanai says he pays double the property taxes of a similar dealership in Manitoba, and suggests the municipality and the province need to work much harder if they wish to attract business to an area in need of continued economic diversification.
IRC section 164(a) (1) allows taxpayers to deduct real property taxes paid or accrued during the taxable year.
Accrual method taxpayers may be allowed to deduct employment taxes on vacation/bonus pay accrued at year-end but not paid until the subsequent year.
While property taxes on the North Side are typically much higher, the rising property values on the South Side have led to more dramatic increases in assessments--and, ultimately, property taxes.
As the tax collector got up to leave, he added, "By the way, you owe $50,000 in back taxes, too," Guthrie recalled.
To be sure, the idea of global taxes isn't new, but over the last four years or so, several global tax proposals have acquired dangerous new political momentum, thanks to the coordinated efforts of the internationalist establishment and the relentless "pressure from below" being applied by a phalanx of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).