- adj. not corporate
- non- + corporate (Wiktionary)
“Visiting the smaller, "noncorporate" wineries has been our philosophy for years.”
“The Treasury Department's corporate tax integration proposal would end the distinction between noncorporate and corporate tax systems for business income, with no deduction for interest and no taxation of interest, dividends and capital gains.”
“After 2013 the capital gains and dividend tax rates would rise to 20% from 15%, and the highest income tax rate, paid mostly by noncorporate businesses, would rise to 39.6% from 35%.”
“Filtering is easier for noncorporate BlackBerry users, whose data aren't as heavily encrypted, Mr. Smith said.”
“Ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia, which follows strict gender separation, has some 700,000 BlackBerry customers, 80% of which are noncorporate, individual users.”
“Businesses are already required to report payments to noncorporate service providers that exceed $600 in a given year.”
“Second, reducing or eliminating the differential tax treatment between corporate and noncorporate investments means that investment flows are not channeled artificially by tax considerations and the overall productivity of the economy increases.”
“Also important are the biases among types of investments, depending on the speed of tax vs. true economic depreciation, against corpora te (vs. noncorporate) investment, and in favor of highly leveraged assets and industries.”
“I believe in supporting small-scale farmers with noncorporate models.”
“Meanwhile, noncorporate customers are choosing to splurge only for special occasions.”
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