Paying The Piper

Author: David Drake
Editor: Baen Books
ISBN: 0743435478
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In his popular Hammer's Slammers series, Vietnam veteran Drake tells a military story like no other, set on warring planets in need of the mercenary services of Colonel Hammer and his men.

Paying The Piper

Author: Judith H. Balfe
Editor: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252063107
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Sixteen contributors examine various case studies of art patronage, analysing their causes and the consequences, intended and unintended, for the patrons themselves.

Paying The Piper

Author: Michael S. McPherson
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472104048
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Examines the successes and problems of U.S. higher education

Paying The Piper

Author: Brian Monteith
Editor: Birlinn Publishers
ISBN:
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During Brian Monteith's eight years as a member of the Scottish Parliament, including periods as convener of the Parliament's powerful Audit Committee and as Conservative Finance spokesman, the Scottish Executive's ever-burgeoning kitty rose from £16 billion to £30 billion. The parliament's recent priority has been determining how to spend this money, prompting Monteith to pose and discuss fundamental questions about taxation and political accountability in Scotland. Does the current system in Scotland make national and local government accountable? Is there a moral case for lower taxes, and if there is, how can it be implemented? What is the moral case in a property-owning democracy for taking the public's money and can progressive taxation be justified to redistribute wealth? What taxes should therefore be available to the Scottish Parliament and what further powers might it require, if any, to deliver accountability—together with improved standards of living, especially for the poorest in society? What are the range and mix of taxes that would deliver such goals—including flat income taxes, local sales taxes and a host of alternatives? And this begs the question, is financial devolution within home rule enough or is full independence required? Monteith believes the devolution settlement can and must be improved upon and offers his own recipe that would reduce taxes and deliver greater accountability in local and national government.

Paying The Piper

Author: Simon Wood
Editor: Leisure Books
ISBN: 9780843959802
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Years ago reporter Scott Fleetwood had become famous through his correspondence with a kidnapper called the Piper, but it turns out that he had been talking to the wrong man, and now the real Piper is back and targeting Scott's children.

Paying The Piper How Working People Are Saddled With The Debt From Huge Resource Projects While The Banks And Corporate Pipers Call The Tune

Author: Gatt-Fly
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Paying The Piper

Author: Denis P. Doyle
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Paying The Piper

Author: Craig Wear
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ISBN: 9781687339324
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If you do what you're taught, you save for retirement inside your workplace 401k plan. Unfortunately, what you may not understand is that you're creating a costly monster. You may be subject to lifetime income taxes in excess of eighty percent of the balance of your account. This book uncovers the reasons that cause these ongoing taxes and reveals specific strategies that allow you to take immediate action. The newest changes in our tax codes have created an unparalleled opportunity to save a lot of money for the rest of your life. The purpose of the book is to teach you simple steps that can be implemented to save literally hundreds of thousands of dollars of income taxes.

Not Paying The Piper

Author: Ed Q Wilson
Editor:
ISBN: 9781673843040
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This is the second part of the Only the names, trilogy. It's the true life story of Ed Wilson, an enforcer in the notorious sixties, gangster run London. Not one of the publicity chasing criminal's, unlike those seeking celebrity status and therefore becoming a target for the law. Never jailed, he and his closest associates, operated solely within the underworld, becoming wealthy rather than famous. Working out of a West London nightclub, known also to his crew as The Office, Ed also acted as a courier for his gang leader boss, travelling to the United States, eventually living there. Later he moved to Canada then finally Spain where there was no extradition. His Love life, his scams and later his legitimate businesses, his removal of squatters, bribery of officialdom, executions of rival gang members and others including the disposal of corpses never to be found, is documented in detail.

Paying For The Piper

Author: Charles Woolfson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135320462
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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.