untaxable

untaxable

(ʌnˈtæksəbəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not able to be taxed
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Discussions will also begin about the minimum wage and untaxable minimum income, as well as various benefits.
It has become uncontrollable, untaxable and unapproachable industry that is getting away with misdemeanours that ordinary Kenyans will not even think of.
Summary: Authorities cracking down on shell companies to curb illegal untaxable funds flowing through the country
The Supreme Court has ordered FBR to develop a plan to exempt untaxable individuals from the taxes.
(319) In addition, when the Indian Law Resource Center ("ILRC"), with the support of the Indian Land Tenure Foundation, set out its proposals for what Indian land tenure ought to look like, the ILRC did not propose changing Native allottees' property rights, arguing that Native lands should remain "untaxable" and "inalienable," and generally providing that "Native land would continue to be held in trust so long as the Native owner wished it to be in trust." (320)
It is also reported that some Pakistani Satellite TV channels are available on this illegal platform and enjoying untaxable earnings on account of subscription.
untaxable under [section] 1920 are completely arbitrary.
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.