Synonyms for property tax

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These men will not return to China, because the property tax is so high there.

In comparison with the property tax all other burdens seemed easy.

Property Tax: Property owners pay a large part of the money raised by taxation.

Indiana in 1848 exempted its deaf and blind citizens from a poll tax and a property tax up to $500.

In Texas, where they have been exempted from a personal or property tax, they have made formal protest against the exemption.

The way was thus prepared for the property tax of 1692, imposing a rate of 4s.

Then after this I established a property tax on all merchandise that entered my country.

Wolsey needed the sum of eight hundred thousand pounds, and proposed to raise it by a property tax of twenty per cent.

To these must be added in a suburban community water tax, property tax, perhaps even a fire tax.

Every shop and house has a proportion of taxes levied upon it: and there is also a species of property tax upon the English plan.