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What Is My Tax District?

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A Tax district is a geographical area that covers a group of people especially those who live or work in a particular area for tax purposes. The district should have a prefix in reference numbers where employed people and employers within the borders of that district would be dealt with by that office. This was done to bring efficient tax services to the people.
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