tax·pay·ing | \ˈtaks-ˌpā-iŋ \

Definition of taxpaying 

: of, relating to, or subject to the paying of a tax

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Couple this with the inefficiency of the courts causing trials to be frequently delayed and to go on for years, the legal system has become a tremendous burden to Americans, especially the taxpaying middle class. WSJ, "The Excess of Lawyers Is a Burden on Society," 1 Oct. 2017 Aaron Williams, director of Field Marketing and Analyst Relations at Topcoder in Zionsville Williams sees the issue as a taxpaying Hoosier and member of the tech industry, rather than a taxpaying business owner. Kaitlin L Lange, Indianapolis Star, "3 Indiana businessmen to help Trump make his case for tax reform package," 26 Sep. 2017 Can someone who pays little or no tax, if that proves to be the case, relate to the average taxpaying American worker? James B. Stewart, New York Times, "Keep the Tax Returns, Trump; Just Give Us a Few Figures," 29 Sep. 2016

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First Known Use of taxpaying

1832, in the meaning defined above

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