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The heirs should be allowed to make a post-mortem commitment to keep the inherited land in forests and be taxed at that value rather than being mugged by taxers for their relatives' lack of pre-death planning.
En 2001, le projet de loi S-7, Loi modifiant la Loi sur la radiodiffusion, proposait que le Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des telecommunications canadiennes puisse etablir par reglement les criteres d'attribution des frais relatifs aux instances devant lui et etre autorise a taxer ou a fixer les frais payables par les parties.
reason: People know you as Steve Forbes, flat taxer and presidential candidate, but you're also publisher of Forbes magazine in an era when magazines are struggling.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke stated as much when Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) accused him of being "probably the biggest taxer in the country.
But Johnson said that Spartz, a Democrat, is "by no means a big taxer," and that the board first proposed the increase to keep up with the rate of inflation.
Thousand Oaks' Sean Taxer, right, blocks a shot by Calabasas' Redmond Parker as teammate Matt Luft applies pressure.
Bien est vray que mon principal but, & vraie intention, a toujours este de taxer et blasmer ceux, qui sous ombre de l'Evangille .
And if inflation suddenly rockets out of control along with rising interest rates -perhaps under a new prime minister who is an obsessive taxer but astonishingly prodigal with our money -and the property market crashes, what happens to all this debt?
CAMPAIGN TRIAL: Our man Colin with Arnie supporters I'LL BE BACKED: Arnie and Maria are confident of victory; THE RIVALS; DRUG-HATER Gary Coleman; PORN KING Larry Flynt; GOVERNOR Gray Davis; BOOB TAXER Mary Carey
Cocteau, que l'on ne peut pourtant pas taxer de reactionnaire, n'avait peut-etre pas tort lorsqu'il parlait en 1942, c'est-a-dire en pleine periode de transition -- encore une et non des moindres --, de la force et de l'actualite de l'oeuvre de Barres.
Rigel bought the facility for $300,000 11 years ago from Leonard and Miriam Hasson, Sheldon and Myrna Taxer and Bruce and Glenna Leipzip.
They cite the example of Sweden -- formerly the biggest tobacco taxer in Europe -- which recently cut its rates to try and stop cheap and illegal imports from the Baltic countries.