Taxpayers’ revolt: Are constitutional limits desirable? (1978) | ARCHIVES
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Taxpayers’ revolt: Are constitutional limits desirable? (1978) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents public policy forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, Taxpayers’ Revolt, are Constitutional Limits Desirable? Peter Hackes: Hardly a day goes by that there isn’t […]

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Do Christians Always Obey Civil Authority?
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Do Christians Always Obey Civil Authority?

Should Christians always obey civil authority? Does the Bible ever endorse breaking man’s laws? When they conflict with God’s laws, which have precedence? Must Christians pay taxes? What does God require? What did Jesus teach? Public demonstrations are increasing. Can Christians protest in the street? Are they to be activists seeking to fix and reform […]

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How to File a Schedule A Using the Upload Feature
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How to File a Schedule A Using the Upload Feature

In this video we will show you how to file a Schedule A using the upload feature. Of course, all of this information is confidential as you go through this process. Schedule A is for the allocation of district taxes. The schedule below populates the districts for your registered California locations as well as any […]

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How to File Diesel Fuel Claims for Refund and Reports
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How to File Diesel Fuel Claims for Refund and Reports

[Music] In this video, we will show you how to file Diesel Fuel Claims for Refund and Reports for the following: Diesel Fuel Claim for Refund on Nontaxable Uses, Diesel Fuel Ultimate Vendor Report/Claim for Refund, and Claim for Refund on Nontaxable Sales and Exports of Diesel Fuel. We protect all the confidential information that […]

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