Tax exempt refers to a person or company that is not required to pay taxes, such as income taxes, property taxes or sales tax on specific items. Eligible individuals and organizations have a tax exempt ID number to prove... More » Business & Finance Taxes

Tax-exempt municipal bonds are tax-free, long-term, fixed-income investments that are issued by a municipality such as a city, county, state or in some cases a village, explains Edward Jones. There are two types of tax-e... More » Business & Finance Investing

A tax-exempt number is an identifying number that the IRS provides to organizations that qualify for and apply for tax-exempt status. The purpose of these numbers is to exempt approved organizations from paying federal l... More » Business & Finance Taxes
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The tax collector for San Mateo County, California, maintains property records, issues bills, processes payments, participates in foreclosure sales, and carries out other procedures in the collection of property taxes. T... More » Business & Finance Taxes

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