non-taxable

Related to non-taxable: Non-Taxable Dividends
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non-taxable

[ˈnɒnˈtæksəbl] ADJno sujeto a impuestos, exento de impuestos
non-taxable incomeingresos mpl exentos de impuestos
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Bulgaria will not introduce a non-taxable minimum income or increase social security contributions increase, according to Hasan Ademov, Minister of Labor and Social Policy.
These non-taxable benefits help your employees save tax because their after-tax returns are greater than if they received a salary.
How else can we explain the fact that the non-taxable income of a deputy -- representation and travel allowance -- which amounts to e1/430,000 per year is incorporated in the calculation of their pension?
The plans include raising the level of the non-taxable minimum income next year.
Since 1949, Presidents have also received a non-taxable $50,000 expense account.
The lessee has the taxable year in which the payment was made plus 8 1/2 months to spend the money on improvements to qualify for non-taxable treatment.
A spokesperson for the CCRA explained that "Payments to foster parents are non-taxable as long as the children are being looked after in a home that belongs to the care giver, who is getting the money, and the children and the caregivers are not relatives.
Westlake commended the Province for adopting a de minimis rule for software-related services where vendors generally provide non-taxable services with an incidental supply of taxable services--a recommendation made by TEI in December 2001 comments to the Ministry.
Such a trustee-to-trustee transfer pursuant to a divorce decree may ensure that a non-taxable event has occurred.
For United States federal income tax-reporting purposes, the company will report the 2010 dividends as non-taxable distributions.
How else can we explain the fact that the non-taxable income of a deputy -- representation and travel allowance -- which amounts to ee1/430,000 per year is incorporated in the calculation of their pension?
In its December 19, 2001, comments, TEI recommended the adoption of a de minimis rule for software-related services where vendors generally provide non-taxable services with an incidental supply of taxable services.