public revenue

See: finance
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Nor was the public revenue well managed at Sparta, for the state was worth nothing while they were obliged to carry on the most extensive wars, and the subsidies were very badly raised; for as the Spartans possessed a large extent of country, they were not exact upon each other as to what they paid in.
And for this reason, I said, money and honour have no attraction for them; good men do not wish to be openly demanding payment for governing and so to get the name of hirelings, nor by secretly helping themselves out of the public revenues to get the name of thieves.
McCann, in an open-necked white shirt, was cleared of conspiracy to defraud, two counts of cheating the public revenue and two counts of perverting the course of justice.
This solution is aligned to the national agenda of automating all public revenue collections in the country.
He was convicted of conspiracy to defraud, money laundering and two counts of cheating the public revenue at Canterbury crown court.
The fact that VAT revenues last year fell short of projections by 10 million euros is a result of the fall of the price of oil and oil derivatives, said the Director of the Public Revenue Office (UJP), Goran Trajkovski, at a press conference Wednesday at which he presented the new project for raising the quality of UJP's services to be carried out with money of the European Union.
The realization of this project and the use of the best practices and experiences of the Twinning partner--the Spanish Tax Administration (Agencia Tributaria) will enable strengthening of the quality of the tax services by establishing effective information--communication methods and tools and strengthening of the cooperation between the taxpayers and the Public Revenue Office.
According to Nova Makedonija's top list, persons of the year are Branko Crvenkovski, leader of opposition SDSM, because of his insistence on "grading" corruption and because he always has an excuse for the crime of those close to him, such as Velija Ramkovski, owner of A1 television; Goran Trajkovski, director of the Public Revenue Office, who is a model of how a civil servant should look like and work; President Gjorge Ivanov who addressed the UN General Assembly, where a great diplomatic achievement was scored when Syria recognized Macedonia under its constitutional name; Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, the first Macedonian prime minister and politicians that visited 10 Downing Street during an unofficial visit to the UK; as well as Fijat Canoski, Zoran Zaev, and Ana Pavlovska-Daneva.
A jury unanimously found Louisa Garbutt, 36, of Avon Grove, Billingham, not guilty of conspiracy to cheat the public revenue and acquisition of criminal property.
Tottenham manager Redknapp and Leicester chairman Mandaric were charged on separate dates last month, with each man facing two counts of cheating the public revenue.
PORTSMOUTH have confirmed they are being sued by former player Sol Campbell on the day the club's chief executive Peter Storrie appeared in court accused of cheating the public revenue.
He denies four counts of cheating the public revenue, two of fraudulent trading and one money laundering allegation.

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