Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Business rates will become a local tax again, with rate rebates for small firms.
Rates are paid by the head of the household, and some households receive rate rebates.
It is a rate rebate deducted from the bill.
In particular, voters on social security receiving rate rebates could vote for increased services without having to pay for them.
A new system of rate rebates was introduced, which benefited one million households by the end of the 1960s.
Rent and rate rebates have the opposite effect, i.e. they benefit more the low-paid.
The real incomes of many means-tested beneficiaries were further increased by the introduction of telephone, television, and rates rebates in 1973.
The rebates will operate in a similar way to rate rebates, and will be administered by local authorities as part of the housing benefit scheme.
Rent and rate rebates, tax relief to owner-occupiers, and exchequer subsidies to local authorities for housing purposes all make a contribution.
The CLRC gave examples where the defendant dishonestly obtained a rate rebate or a reduction in rent for the future.
Rent allowances for private sector tenants and rate rebates for public sector tenants now came under the general heading of "Housing Benefit".
For a rate rebate, an application form may be obtained from the local authority Treasurer's Department, together with the information leaflet How to Pay Less Rates.
Further, a third of those liable for rates are excused the whole or a part of their liability under the rate rebate scheme to help those with low incomes.
Of 35m local electors in England and Wales, only 18m are directly liable to pay rates, and rate rebates reduce the number paying the full rates to 12m.
The scheme replaced the rent allowance and rebate scheme, the rate rebate scheme, and the payment of rent to supplementary benefit claimants.
The money, approved last year by the state Legislature to help the financially troubled insurer, will be paid out over the year in rate rebates to individual and small-group policy holders.
Mrs. Beavers herself had often had to read or explain to Jackson some notification of change or renewal, or some information about supplementary benefit or rate rebate.
Third, unlike most other consumer goods, government has accepted the responsibility of providing financial assistance to house-buyers and tenants through tax concessions, rent and rate rebates, and rent allowances.
Incentives Provided The deal with the banks provides incentives - in the form of interest rate rebates - if Mr. Trump is able to pay back his loans sooner rather than later.
Similarly, those who are in work and on low income, or who for other reasons are ineligible for income support, may be eligible for the equivalent of a rate rebate under the existing system.
By 1985 - 6, the numbers claiming rent rebates had increased to 4 million, the numbers claiming rent allowances to 1.2 million, and the number of householders claiming rate rebates to 7.3 million.
While continuing a policy of pushing up rents, the Government began to curtail expenditure on the housing benefit scheme, and by 1987-8 the numbers claiming rent rebates had fallen to 3.7 million, and those claiming rate rebates to 7.1 million.
We have got a well established machinery instituted, we work under that auspices and I believe it is not unreasonable to ask for a substantial wage increase, because after all, a lot of our members depend on family income supplement and rents and rates rebates.
Before considering making an application to the local council for a rent or rate rebate, an elderly person who is hard pressed financially should consider first whether her income is so low that she might do better to make an application for a supplementary pension, which brings with it other benefits (previously described).
The Commission proposal contains another innovative element that I endorse, concerning the use of new forms of financial support: in addition to direct grants, it proposes interest rate rebates on loans given by the European Investment Bank (EIB), loan guarantees to cover risks after the construction phase, and participation in risk capital funds.
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