double dipping


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Noun1.double dipping - two incomes received from the same source (as by holding a government job and receiving a government pension)
income - the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
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In fact, many of them approved the hiring deals that resulted in double dipping, so their complaints about costs are disingenuous.
Texas Woman Sentenced for 'Double Dipping' on Workers' Comp
This study provides a data analysis to identify the prevalence of double dipping among certified staff in school districts in the New York State (NYS) education system, which includes teachers and superintendents of education.
For my middle-school students, it becomes more of an experiment in mixing colors, as they really have to think before double dipping. It is important for them to understand the mixing process or they might get mud.
The Texas House voted overwhelmingly Monday to end the controversial practice of double dipping by longtime politicians - simultaneously drawing both pensions and paychecks from the state - but a last-minute change clouded exactly to whom the bill would apply.
Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles vowed to increase scrutiny of "double dipping", so-called because council officers "dip twice" into the public purse as they are paid for doing a job and not doing a job at the same time.
Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles vowed to open up "double dipping", so-called because council officers "dip twice" into the public purse as they are paid for doing a job and not doing a job at the same time.
The Legislature placed the double dipping ban into state law during its special session on ethics, but it extended the deadline for legislators to make a choice from 2011 to 2014.
An investigative report revealing widespread double dipping by public school "retirees" paints a dismal picture of the fiscal stewardship exerted in some school districts.
"I believe that would be double dipping, wouldn't it?"
"This goes beyond the intent of the statute--to prevent the double dipping of losses," the Institute said.