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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtax-freeˌtax-ˈfree adjective  not taxed He was paid a tax-free cash sum as compensation.tax-free adverb You can earn up to £65 per week tax-free.
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tax-freeThat tax-free allowance is currently $ 35 for Maricopa County legislators and $ 60 a day for the rest.The average portfolio maturity of tax-free funds shortened to 51 days from 53 days, according to the newsletter.The account simply needs to be registered with the Revenue as qualifying for tax-free interest.Occasionally, a Bill will be abandoned as was the Judges' Remuneration Bill 1953, which proposed tax-free salaries for judges.It would authorize tax-free savings accounts for school expenses from kindergarten through high school.tax-free winnings
From Longman Business Dictionarytax-freeˌtax-ˈfree adjectiveTAX tax-free income, investments, activities etc are not taxedMost municipal bonds are totally tax-free.He retired with a tax-free lump sum (=single large amount of money) of £80,000.tax-free adverbEarnings can be withdrawn tax-free after seven years.
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