untax

untax

(ʌnˈtæks)
vb (tr)
(Economics) to stop taxing; to relieve of or exempt from taxation
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(23.) See generally Isaac Martin, Rich People's Movements: Grassroots Campaigns to Untax the One percent (2013); M.
The main aim of the government has been tapped the movement of cash transaction as it generally promotes movement of untax funds.
206-36, for the first account, and Isaac Martin, Rich People's Movements: Grassroots Campaigns to Untax the One Percent (Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 2013) for the second.
"Social movements that explicitly defend the interests of the rich and the almost-rich have been a recurring feature of American polities," Isaac William Martin, a sociologist at the University of California, San Diego, reminds us in his new book, Rich People's Movements: Grassroots Campaigns to Untax the One Percent.
Edward Aloysius Rumely, a onetime Progressive turned right-winger by Franklin Roosevelt's 1936 effort to pack the Supreme Court, and a specialist in direct-mail publicity, "would do the most to transform the movement to untax the rich." Among Rumely's successors was Connecticut manufacturer Vivien Kellems--a veteran of the fight for women's suffrage (the civil-disobedience techniques of which she brought into the anti-tax movement) and a standout in the man's world of 1930s big business who grew much richer thanks to New Deal and World War II government contracts.
Nonetheless, at the same time, it is important to "untax" the poor by "setting higher thresholds for certain taxes or charges (e.g.
26 Ferero, M., "Self-directed work teams untax the IRS", Personnel Journal, July 1994, pp.
However, a taxpayer close to retirement probably should not make a contribution to an IRA during a period of rising tax rates because the additional untaxes interest may not offset the increased income taxes paid later.