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tax-freeadjective

uk   /ˌtæksˈfriː/ us   TAX
tax-free earnings, investments, etc. are ones on which no tax has to be paid: When you retire, the pension plan allows you to take up to 25% as a tax-free lump sum. If investors fail to move the money within six months of the plan maturing, it loses its tax-free status. tax-free benefits/bonus/income tax-free bonds/investments/savings
tax-free
adverb
The "free zone" status allows owners to repatriate 100% of their earnings tax-free.
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