Quotable quotes about “TAXES”

In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.

Income tax has made more liars out of the American people than golf

Taxes are how we pool our money for public health and safety, infrastructure, research, and services–from the development of vaccines and the Internet to public schools and
universities, transportation, courts, police, parks, and safe drinking water.

Even Albert Einstein reportedly needed help on his 1040 form (income tax return).

There is one difference between a tax collector and a taxidermist – the taxidermist leaves the hide

Read my lips: no new taxes.

Nothing is so well calculated to produce a death-like torpor in the country as an
extended system of taxation and a great national debt.

We’ve got a tax code that is encouraging flight of jobs and outsourcing. And that’s
why we’ve specifically recommended … that Congress change our tax code so that we stop giving tax breaks to companies that are moving to Mexico and China and other places, and start putting those tax breaks into companies that are investing here in the United States.

Quotable quotes about “LAW”

Law is a term which does not have a universally accepted definition, but one definition is that law is a system of rules and guidelines which are enforced through social institutions to govern behaviour. Laws can be made by legislatures through legislation, the
executive through decrees and regulations, or judges through binding precedents (normally in common law jurisdictions). Private individuals can create legally binding instruments, though not laws strictly speaking, through for example contractual arrangements, particularly arbitration agreements that exclude the normal court process.

General Clauses Act, 1897 defines the term Indian Law as follows.

“Indian law” shall mean any Act, Ordinance, Regulation, rule, (order, byelaw or other instrument which before the commencement of the Constitution had the force of law in any Province of India or part thereof, or thereafter has the force of law in any Part A State or Part C State or Part thereof, but does not include any Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom or any Order in Council, rule or other instrument made under such Act.

In legal parlance, in India, Constitution of India is the highest piece of law. IT is even above the parliament. The meaning of law as defined by Supreme Court of India in following case

Maneka Gandhi (1978), a decision of a bench of seven justices – rendered after
the end of the internal emergency (25 June 1975 to 21 March 1977) – authoritatively established that the word law in Article 21 ( in the phrase ‘except according to procedure established by
law) meant not any enacted law, but a law made in conformity with Article 14 (the right to equality) and Article 19 ( the right to freedom of speech and expression, the right of assembly, the