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Dollar Coin Alliance Endorses Bipartisan USA Act That Saves Taxpayers At Least $57 Billion

Dollar Coin Alliance Endorses Bipartisan USA Act That Saves Ta...

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Dollar Coin Alliance strongly supports the introduction of the Unified Savings and Accountability Act ( USA Act). This legislation, introduced today in the House and the Senate features provisions that would implement ... Wall Street Business Network, 4 weeks ago
One News Now

ADF fighting CO over Planned Parenthood funding

Alliance Defending Freedom is asking Colorado officials to abide by a constitutional amendment that blocks taxpayers' money from going to Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood. ADF has written a letter to the governor and legislature with a request ...
 One News Now3 weeks ago ADF pushing Colorado to drop Planned Parenthood  One News Now1 week ago Obama Administration Threatens States Attempting to Defund Planned Parenthood  Breitbart.com2 weeks ago States move to defund Planned Parenthood  Catholic Online2 weeks ago

Families' lifetime tax bill reaches £734,000 - report

The average British family will pay £734,000 in tax over their lifetimes, according to the TaxPayers Alliance. The pressure group says some £253,000 will go on income tax, £147,000 on VAT, £93,000 on National Insurance and £60,000 on council ...
 PoliticsHome4 weeks ago And finally…Average UK family now working 19 years just to pay taxes  Scottish Financial News4 weeks ago Families 'spend over £730,000 in tax in a lifetime'  ITV.com4 weeks ago £734,240 lifetime tax bill for average British family  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 weeks ago

Report Shows Waste in EU Development Aid

A report from the British organization the TaxPayers' Alliance shows that the EU's European Development Fund, into which the UK contributes approximately£300 million each year, has funded such projects as trapeze classes in Tanzania and a "study on ...
 NGO Watch1 month ago UKIP slams £76,000 EU junket revealed in report  UK Independence Party1 month ago EU foreign aid spent on cocunuts and trapeze lessons  PoliticsHome1 month ago

Taxpayers cough up R1bn for payouts in cases against the police

Taxpayers have coughed up more than R860 million over the past six years for payouts following civil claims against members of the South African Police Service. If settlement agreements entered into by the police since 2011 are also included, the ...
 News241 day ago
Times Live South Africa

DA to lay charges against former Prasa CEO

The Democratic Alliance (DA) will on Thursday‚ as the Congress of the People (Cope) did a day earlier‚ lay criminal charges against axed Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) group CEO Lucky Montana. This‚ the party said‚ was for his ...
 Times Live South Africa1 day ago DA to lay charges against Montana  IAfrica.com1 day ago Maimane to lay charges against Montana  ENCA1 day ago
US News & World Report

Taxpayers Shortchanged by Agriculture Use-Value Assessment

The 1.6 million people living in Manhattan, New York, and the 56,000 people living in Manhattan, Kansas are well aware that land values in the two locations are dramatically different. In fact, Zillow lists a property in Manhattan, Kansas for less ...
 US News & World Report3 days ago

Bramwell's Lunch Beat: Two Taxpayers Sue IRS Over Data Breach

IRS sued by taxpayers over data breach The IRS must answer in court for a data breach in which hackers gained access to personal identifying data belonging to at least 330,000 people, wrote Andrew M. Harris of Bloomberg . Two Texas women Becky ...
 AccountingWEB4 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Taxpayer-funded private colleges offer lesson in flaws of free-market thinking

What a scenario current government policy has created in the vocational education sector, in which only a fraction of students complete their courses ("Private colleges reap millions in subsidies", August 21). The students are left with debts and no ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago

Zuma's Nkandla makeover dispute heads to court

South African opposition parties have turned to the courts in a bid to force President Jacob Zuma to refund taxpayer money spent on a swimming pool, a cattle enclosure and an amphitheater at his private home. The Democratic Alliance filed a lawsuit ...
 Moneyweb1 week ago Opposition parties taking Nkandla matter to court  Africa News Network73 weeks ago
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