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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpayerpay‧er /ˈpeɪə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  someone who pays someone or something tax payers
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payerThese are added burdens on the charge payer which are no fault of his own.Compulsory competitive tendering provides better services at lower cost to the charge payer in London.Low payers were public administration, wholesale distribution, metal manufacture and mechanical engineering.Benefit forms will be supplied on request to other council tax payers.Manchester s council-tax payers still remain technically liable for any losses.Their refusal to curtail spending plans and to increase the burden on poll tax payers is expected.These Sherlocks could stay at home and save the tax payers some money.Instead, a loan is raised and its repayment, including interest, shared by future generations of local taxation payers.In the case of a disputed payment, the payer would have to show bank account records.
From Longman Business Dictionarypayerpay‧er /ˈpeɪə-ər/ (also payor) noun [countable]FINANCE a person or organization that pays a particular bill, debt etcFurther tax relief is given to mortgage payers.Credit agencies always check whether someone has been a bad payer (=does not pay their bills) in the past. compare payee
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