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Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of double-dip.

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Examples

  • The term "double-dipping" is a pejorative, implying that these individuals are getting paid twice for something.

    The Seattle Times

  • The process was called double-dipping, and provided ammunition to people like Turmel who argued that the government was so intent on cutting that it lost sight of a long-term plan for the federal services that people would receive.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Nov. 23 Bloomberg -- Louis Goetting, a top aide to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who has called for lawmakers to end so-called double-dipping by government workers, collects almost $220,000 a year in salary and pension at the same time.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • The myriad of sometimes-overlapping programs to aid those in need also increases the potential for fraud and double-dipping.

    Ending Welfare as Britain Knows It

  • Note that with the exception of the student-loan interest deduction, taxpayers are prohibited from "double-dipping," or taking more than one tax break for the same expenses.

    Back to School

  • Because of the double-dipping rules, taxpayers with 529 plans who also qualify for another credit will want to use the credit first and then withdraw remaining funds from the 529 plan.

    Back to School

  • That makes more sense; he's just double-dipping, with the blessing of the Tri-Met "board".

    Fred Hansen leaving Tri-Met? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • So loathers of double-dipping beware: You will slurp juice and share soup with complete strangers.

    After Dark, New Worlds

  • Company A is allowed by tax rules to also * deduct* that $1 million from their actual net income from operations, reducing their overall tax paymentsHence, double-dipping.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Wave of Corporate Writedowns

  • Investors initially interpreted the domestic manufacturing report as a welcome surprise, especially since fears of the economy double-dipping back into recession drove the blue-chip Dow down 4.4% last month.

    Stocks Start Month on Down Note

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