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non tak suh buhl

  • a  (of goods or funds) not subject to taxation
    the funds of nonprofit organizations are nontaxable

  • Barton Yount was president of the American Institute for Foreign Trade, newly organized as a nontaxable, non-profit educational corporation.
  • That would amount to a nontaxable wage increase, though the beneficiaries might spend more on weekends.
  • He became a bond salesman and learned the art of lobbying in the Connecticut legislature, getting his bonds made nontaxable.
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  • Larry Ellison in ZDNet
    The nontaxable threshold is still going to be $15 a barrel, but we think it should be $24 with costs as they are today. There's dialog between the Energy and Finance ministries. We're continuing to discuss this. I don't want to anticipate things,... Vagit Alekperov,1776964,wiadomosci.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGrfBVuQoxZaWoa-IyQDRW4AVlrBQ Jun 26, 2008 68181 90960 nontechnical We will retain 90 percent of Siebel's support, development engineers, sales and sales consultants," said Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. "Most of the Siebel cuts will be in the back office, and nontechnical staff. The majority of the cuts will be...

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