[ taks-di-furd ]
/ ˈtæks dɪˈfɜrd /
noting or providing income that is not taxed until a later time.
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We have 529 tax-deferred accounts set up for the education of our other two children.
This year, 36 million of the 49.3 million households that invest in mutual funds do so exclusively in tax-deferred accounts.Why Utility Companies Want To Keep Dividend Rates Low|Matthew Zeitlin|December 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST