Inland Revenue

  1. (in New Zealand and, formerly, Britain) a government board that administers and collects major direct taxes, such as income tax, corporation tax, and capital gains tax: Abbreviation: IR

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How to use Inland Revenue in a sentence

  • Field stood in the office of the Inland Revenue at Wandsworth with a feeling that he had got on the right track at last.

    The Slave of Silence | Fred M. White
  • The gentleman gave me a £5 note and asked me to go to the Inland Revenue Office here and get a £2 10s.

    The Slave of Silence | Fred M. White
  • The life of the Minister of Inland Revenue has been rather uneventful.

  • It would thus appear, on the face of it, that this small lot of 8,000 was quite probably the order of the Inland Revenue wrappers.

  • We fancy them armed with all the organization of the Inland Revenue Department and supported by a force like our constabulary.

    The Pacification of Burma | Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite