tax-free Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"tax-free" in British English

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tax-freeadjective

uk   us   /ˌtæksˈfriː/
If something is tax-free, you do not ​paytax on it.
(Definition of tax-free from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"tax-free" in Business English

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tax-freeadjective

uk   us   /ˌtæksˈfriː/ TAX
tax-free ​earnings, ​investments, etc. are ones on which no ​tax has to be ​paid: When you ​retire, the ​pensionplanallows you to take up to 25% as a tax-free ​lumpsum. If ​investorsfail to ​move the ​money within six months of the ​planmaturing, it ​loses its tax-free ​status. tax-free ​benefits/​bonus/​income tax-free ​bonds/​investments/​savings
tax-free
adverb
The "​freezone" ​statusallowsowners to ​repatriate 100% of their ​earnings tax-free.
(Definition of tax-free from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tax-free”
in Chinese (Simplified) 免税的,不收税的…
in Turkish vergiden muaf…
in Russian не облагаемый налогом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 免稅的,不收稅的…
in Polish zwolniony lub wolny od podatku, nieopodatkowany…
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