pay towards

See: subsidize
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LIZ MALE (MENTOR AT JSPT HEALTH STUDIO): I think if anyone who becomes ill through drinking, smoking or drug taking and they have been advised to stop because of it and they choose to ignore the advice and continue then yes 100% they should have to pay towards their NHS treatment JAMES CONWAY (BODY TRANSFORMATION COACH): I 100% believe they should still pay towards the NHS because we as a country are one unit that has to work together and play their part in terms of giving something back.
His legal team argued no more than PS375,000 would be a fair sum for the father-of-three to pay towards last year's PS1.
TOBACCO companies should be forced to pay towards reducing smoking.
Specsavers on Queen Street is helping the fund, set up to help the Hadley family pay towards a wheelchair and prosthetic limbs for Romeo, by collecting donations and selling Rally for Romeo wrist bands.
The majority of overseas visitors that should pay towards their medical treatment leave without paying, costing British tax payers millions of pounds.
Plus how much Tesco has paid towards it and just how much council taxpayers are going to have to pay towards it.
HOW come everyone except George Osborne can see that his harebrained and insane "Help to Buy" scheme to "boost the housing market" by forcing taxpayers to pay towards buyers' deposits and guarantee their mortgages will create a bust that will make Gordon Brown's effort seem like a blip?
But they won't willingly wave goodbye to their Celtic neighbours, as Professor Scully seems to fear, once they take account of the taxes we pay towards to the upkeep of their monarchy, towards helping them keep nuclear weapons and send armies to places like Iraq and Afghanistan, towards maintaining troops in Germany, towards the huge cost of events like the London Olympics and their pretence at still being a world power.
WE who go to work and pay towards the benefit culture are always under threat of an investigation by the taxman if we underpay our dues to them, so why don't they investigate the scroungers who spend our money in wasteful ways particularly in betting shops and pubs?
LICENSING chiefs are to discuss whether to introduce a 'late night levy' on bars and clubs in order to help pay towards the cost of policing the city centre.
Council tax helps pay towards many services and resources that local communities need and it is not fair for individuals to expect everyone else to pay it for them.
A cap on what people pay towards the cost of their care is expected to be set at about PS75,000.