[ UK /tˈæksmən/ ]
  1. someone who collects taxes for the government
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How To Use taxman In A Sentence

  • Giving money to charity in your will is another handy way to sidestep the taxman. Times, Sunday Times
  • The taxman is seeking the power to plunder the bank accounts of both individuals and companies to recover unpaid taxes. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also raises the spectre of the American taxman taking retrospective action against scores of US companies that have moved offshore in recent years. Times, Sunday Times
  • That's more than the Colorado taxman makes from alcohol and tobacco combined. Times, Sunday Times
  • THE taxman has made 2million from deadly drug meow meow, it emerged yesterday. The Sun
  • Thanks to handouts from the taxman and my employer, each £1 that I pay into the Fool scheme turns into £2.30 on day one.
  • The taxman is demanding that some pay back all the disputed tax upfront before the tribunal issues its verdict. Times, Sunday Times
  • This so-called economic substance doctrine has been used by the federal courts for a half-century to strike down complex and creative instances of self-dealing - such as intracompany stock transfers intended to generate tax-reducing losses - that have no business purpose beyond avoiding the taxman. Top Stories from CQ
  • But now goods are returning to China to meet a growing demand, rather than cheating the taxman. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some believe cheating the taxman is fair game; cheating on their wife or husband is too.
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