from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without taxation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Free from taxation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Free from taxes; untaxed.
First off, if the gov't mandates that you buy insurance you can't claim you've found a taxless solution to the problem.
On average, the American driver would save under $100 dollars or so on gas for the whole taxless period.
Although it was not feasible for him to physically inspect each camel load, the darogha was responsible for validating all cargo's legitimate conformity with the requisite criteria for taxless passage through the Khaibar.
This arrangement allows for traceless, taxless spending and depositing.
Yearly taxes are the biggest detriment to your wealth-building plan, and Congress, through the establishment of a double-deduction retirement plan, has created your best taxless opportunity.
If you live in a state with a 7% additional state tax, you are saving 38 cents out of every taxless dollar you invest right from the start.
See, there are these brainwashed masses who attend taxless insane asylums every Sunday, and it's been pounded into their meatballs that the number "666" has any more meaning than any other number.
Since 1999, Texans have had a one three-day weekend a to buy items at a taxless price.
And while dropping the 6.75 percent actually offers smaller savings than many regular store sales, retailers say the psychological appeal of a taxless holiday draws shoppers.
Without Obama on the ballet, you're not going to be able to get as many homeless, property-less, taxless, and clueless into the booths.
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