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- adj. Not subject to being taxed.
- adj. Not having had taxes paid on even though required.
- adj. Not tired or strained, working well within capacity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not taxed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of goods or funds) not taxed
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Gas companies are accumulating large land parcels to sell to even bigger international companies, lured by the potential for billions in untaxed earnings -- if they succeed in persuading New York State politicians allow fracking to begin without taxing it.
Finance Ministry officials said Wednesday that Merz and Germany's Wolfgang Schaeuble will also declare their intention to resolve the issue of billions of euros (dollars) in untaxed German assets sitting in Swiss accounts.
NORML is doing nothing, one could notice publicly, to promote the idea of untaxed, unregulated self cultivation.
Allies include non-Native convenience store owners and a coalition of nonprofit health agencies that call untaxed, lower-priced cigarettes a public health menace that increases smoking rates and costly illnesses.
"To the extent that it is impractical to move existing pensioners onto the new basis, old funds should be closed to further contributions and would retain their 'untaxed' status and pensions paid would remain taxable in the hands of recipients."
Small dispensaries throughout communities boost the local economies, where the money would otherwise go directly into the "untaxed" black market.
We LOVE organized criminals running our gambling industry, our sporting contests, our recreational drug marketplace, our underground "untaxed" alcohol business, our sex traders, and let us not forget our elected officials who cater to the organized criminals who BUY them with their campaign contributions.
If I had to guess, I’d guess that the “church” (which ministers only to his family from what I can tell) is a way of eking out some kind of untaxed revenue stream, probably through the labor of grandchildren and the like.
If I had to guess, I’d guess that the “church” which ministers only to his family from what I can tell is a way of eking out some kind of untaxed revenue stream, probably through the labor of grandchildren and the like.
Furthermore, these studies do not take into account the vast, untaxed underground economy, which economists have estimated produced between 8 percent and 14 percent of the total national income in the 1970s, and whose participants were disproportionately black.