But the trio decided to finance their healthcare expansion by placing a cap on untaxed health benefits.
For several years the settlers at Chicacoan lived in a dream-like paradise—ungoverned and untaxed.
It is the acquisition of vast amounts of untaxed church property.
It is the accumulation of vast amounts of untaxed church property.
Lastly, and more important than all, the duke made no attempt to revive the demand for the gabelle—salt was left free and untaxed.
What patriotism can withstand a superabundance of untaxed food, cooked according to the tuition of Soyer?
As an illuminant the untaxed alcohol is bound to introduce some interesting as well as novel conditions.
Our markets were open to them untaxed, while our own manufactures paid 20 per cent.
Mills were whirling round in all the counties, and ships coming in untaxed at every harbour.
untaxed property in any community adds heavily to the common burden.
c.1300, "impose a tax on," from Old French taxer "impose a tax" (13c.), from Latin taxare "evaluate, estimate, assess, handle," also "censure, charge," probably a frequentative form of tangere "to touch" (see tangent). Sense of "burden, put a strain on" first recorded 1670s; that of "censure, reprove" is from 1560s. Its use in Luke ii for Greek apographein "to enter on a list, enroll" is due to Tyndale. Related: Taxed; taxing.
early 14c., "obligatory contribution levied by a sovereign or government," from Anglo-French tax, Old French taxe, and directly from Medieval Latin taxa, from Latin taxare (see tax (v.)). Related: taxes. Tax shelter is attested from 1961.