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The 2021 tax season is shaping up to be much like the touchdown of a tornado, leaving some taxpayers unscathed while creating turmoil for others.

This latest glitch comes just as the IRS announced the creation of a new position, the chief taxpayer experience officer, as part of the implementation of the 2019 Taxpayer First Act.

Both Erie and the state of Pennsylvania had just committed to $16 million in improvements to the Seawolves stadium, with taxpayers footing $12 million of the bill with a grant.

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Along the way, Palantir has been propped up with taxpayer dollars.

Each of those snow days can cost taxpayers about $90 million.

God help us, it all took place on our taxpayer dime, all in the name of defending the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.

Even worse for fans of activist government, taxpayer information may have been shared by the taxman with the White House.

The septuagenarian duo of Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi will be able to keep their chauffer-driven, taxpayer-funded limos.

Mattson says the government bogarts this stuff, gathered at taxpayer expense, and maintains “a monopoly on the data.”

Every “Good Kill,” or successfully dispatched militant, costs $68,000 in taxpayer dollars.

There is no need for the British taxpayer to be alarmed at this balance-sheet.

The British taxpayer, in a word, is thoroughly well looked after.

From year to year, as the expenses mounted up, more and more demands were made upon the taxpayer.

Perhaps in a year from the present date the British taxpayer will be in a position to admit the value of this prophecy.

But the greatest inroads on the pockets of the taxpayer have been made under the pretense of charity.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to taxpayer, such as: inhabitant, national, resident, burgher, civilian, and commoner.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.