untaxable

untaxable

(ʌnˈtæksəbəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not able to be taxed
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It is also reported that some Pakistani Satellite TV channels are available on this illegal platform and enjoying untaxable earnings on account of subscription.
The COA has made public the magistrates' earnings "to embarrass them," while the Bureau of Internal Revenue issued a memo order to tax a hitherto untaxable income of employees of the judiciary from the JDF, he added.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) recently issued a memorandum order designed to tax a hitherto untaxable additional income of employees of the judiciary from the JDF," Arroyo pointed out.
Imagine reversing the process to assign a value to the "general public benefit" of a for-profit; who will accept the challenge to define "Related Business Untaxable Income" for a hybrid?
Everything is subjective and bitcoin has value because of its decentralized, unregulatable, untaxable nature.
Our letter makes clear our state's forefathers' worst fear has come to pass; these untaxable federal lands are now most certainly a burden.
Perhaps the married couples equality rationale assumes formal marriage creates a unitary entity, erasing what would otherwise seem to be an exchange between two persons such that Hannah's services should be treated as self-produced, untaxable "imputed income" just like Sophia's preparation of her own meal.
The CBC reported that the provincial government's transfer of the plant to a public corporation makes it untaxable, and that AbitibiBowater may challenge to move under NAFTA rules.
1970), 'On Optimal Taxes with an Untaxable Sector', American Economic Review, 60, 284-294.
Jane receives her share, $600 a month, plus her untouchable, untaxable VA disability payment of $800.
The city had long resented the inconveniently placed CPR rail corridor, which, apart from dividing the city with an 120-metre-wide "iron curtain" (13) penetrable at only a few points, also occupied more than forty hectares of untaxable prime real estate slicing through the heart of the central business district.
His is an assessment of the pros and cons of such untaxable income opportunities, with chapters probing flea markets, roadside merchants, and other ways Americans are skirting the IRS.