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tax dodgenoun [C]

uk   us   informal TAX
an illegal method used to reduce the amount of tax that a person or company has to pay: Stakeholder pensions have unintentionally provided the wealthy with a useful tax dodge.
tax dodger
noun [C]
The Chancellor's plan is designed to crack down on tax dodgers.
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