Definition of 'tax-exempt'
Example sentences containing 'tax-exempt'
Most dissolution clauses require that all liabilities be paid prior to distributing remaining assets to another tax-exempt organization.Christianity Today (2000)
Remember that it is up to the taxpayer to prove that the source of income is either tax-exempt or has been declared.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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