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An option for the United States would be tax-advantaged “lifelong learning and training accounts,” funded by individual contributions matched in part by government funds.
Of course, CNN is advantaged by being in nearly 30 million more households than FBN.‘Money Honey’ Maria Bartiromo Crosses Enemy Lines, Flees CNBC for Fox|Lloyd Grove|November 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The unions would have gone nuclear: tax-advantaged health benefits are one of their selling points for members.
But what's clear is that, over the past decade, this aspect of the Electoral College has advantaged Democrats.Could Abolishing the Electoral College Help Republicans?|Justin Green|January 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Americans take a lot of their compensation in the form of tax-advantaged benefits, particularly health care costs.Are Gold-Plated Health Benefits Making American Workers Worse Off?|Megan McArdle|January 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In other words, are the tax advantages of a whole life policy better than investing in a non-tax-advantaged manner?
For what shall it profit a man, what is a man advantaged, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?Walks and Words of Jesus|M. N. Olmsted
I have been advantaged thereby before now, and did not know but by speaking no truth, I might have reaped the same benefit now.The Holy War made by Shaddai upon Diabolus|John Bunyan
By thine aid is he advantaged, and made strong by thy valour and prowess: Bitterest was that Battle in which thou didst engage.Chronicles of London Bridge|Richard Thompson
He took some part in the Civil War, but “he was very often of both parties, and never advantaged either.”
Cookworthy died in 1780, not in any way advantaged by his discovery.The Cornish Coast (South)|Charles G. Harper