from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not subject to taxation, as the capital or income of a philanthropic organization.
- adj. Producing interest that is exempt from income tax: tax-exempt bonds.
- n. A tax-exempt security.
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- adj. Describing something that is not taxed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of goods or funds) not taxed
- n. a security that is not subject to taxation
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The average long-term tax-exempt fund is down 4.4% since Nov. 1, according to Morningstar Inc., and no fund in the category has avoided losses.
They are classified as tax-exempt nonprofit organizations, known as 501c organizations under the tax code.
Like other issuers of so-called tax-exempt conduit bonds, such as the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, PFA can sell municipal bonds on behalf of a nonprofit group or company if the underlying project is expected to spur economic development.
After all, since churches risk losing their tax-exempt status for engaging in express advocacy on behalf of a partisan cause but not advocating for or against nonpartisan ballot initiatives, perhaps we should not be surprised by the infrequency of politicking over the pulpit.
Money market funds, on the other hand, still have value because you can find tax-exempt or tax-advantaged funds.
For lack of a comma after the word “books,” the undersecretary argued that only books “used in book publishing” (her underlining) were tax-exempt.
If AARP is complying with the present regulations to remain a tax-exempt organization, Congress should tighten the rules.
Tax reform to encourage new domestic investment has been halfhearted; only four of 22 tax-exempt oil fields are currently producing, according to BofA.
The USTA financed Arthur Ashe Stadium, which was opened in 1997, by selling tax-exempt bonds.
In June, the New York City Capital Resource board gave the green light to award nearly $20 million in federal tax-exempt financing to a proposed Harlem hotel and retail-project backed by former football star Emmitt Smith.
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