Collector of Taxes


Collector of Taxes
A civil servant responsible for the collection of taxes for which assessments have been raised by Inspectors of Taxes and for the collection of tax under PAYE

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  • Collector of Taxes — A civil servant responsible for the collection of taxes for which assessments have been raised by Inspectors of Taxes and for the collection of tax under pay as you earn (PAYE) …   Accounting dictionary

  • collector — One appointed or authorized to receive taxes or other impositions, as: collector of taxes, collector of customs, etc. A person appointed by a private person to collect the debts due him …   Black's law dictionary

  • collector — One appointed or authorized to receive taxes or other impositions, as: collector of taxes, collector of customs, etc. A person appointed by a private person to collect the debts due him …   Black's law dictionary

  • collector — late 14c., gatherer of taxes, etc., from Anglo Fr. collectour collector (of money or taxes; O.Fr. collector, Mod.Fr. collecteur), from L.L. collector, agent noun from colligere (see COLLECT (Cf. collect)). Fem. form collectress is attested from… …   Etymology dictionary

  • collector — col‧lec‧tor [kəˈlektə ǁ ər] noun [countable] 1. someone whose job is to collect something, for example taxes or debts: • a wave of strikes by tax collectors • When Tina fell behind on her credit card bill, debt collectors bombarded her employer… …   Financial and business terms

  • Collector — Col*lect or, n. [LL. collector one who collects: cf. F. collecteur.] 1. One who collects things which are separate; esp., one who makes a business or practice of collecting works of art, objects in natural history, etc.; as, a collector of coins …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • collector — [kə lek′tər] n. [ME collectour < ML collector] a person or thing that collects; specif., a) a person whose work is collecting taxes, overdue bills, etc. b) a person who collects stamps, books, etc. as a hobby c) in some transistors, the region …   English World dictionary

  • Collector v. Day — Supreme Court of the United States Argued February 3, 1871 Decided April 3, 1871 Full case name The Collevtor v. Day …   Wikipedia

  • collector — col|lec|tor [kəˈlektə US ər] n 1.) someone who collects things that are interesting or attractive →↑collect, collection ↑collection ▪ a stamp collector ▪ The painting was bought by a private collector. 2.) someone whose job is to collect taxes,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • collector — noun (C) 1 someone whose job is to collect taxes, tickets, debts etc 2 someone who collects things that are interesting or attractive: a coin collector 3 collector s item something that a collector would like to have: Original teddy bears have… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English