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Tax-Free Investment

An investment, the income from which is not subject to taxation. Certain income an individual or corporation derives may be tax free, even though the individual or corporation would owe taxes otherwise. For example, coupons from a municipal bond are tax-free investments at the federal level. See also: Tax credit, tax deduction.
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"We urged the chancellor to put small firms at the heart of the Autumn Statement and many of his plans will help - especially raising the tax free investment limits.
For anyone who has exhausted their entitlement to tax free investment within ISAs, National Savings and pensions, and who still has money to save, an Enterprise Investment Scheme could be worth a look.
OTA: Yes, you can reinvest up to the original amount you put in your Tessa into a special tax free investment called a Tessa Only Individual Savings Account (Toisa).
The Baby Bond we use is a tax free investment from Tunbridge Wells Equitable Friendly Society which has other added advantages.
I haven't decided which one to go for yet, but my Dad told me they were a great tax free investment so that sounded good to me.
The Celtic PEP is the first occasion that a personal equity plan - a tax free investment package - has been launched by a British football club.
-Marginal cash value increase in tax free investment
SY A: It would be a pity to lose out on the valuable tax free investment that an Isa offers you.
The company sees low single digit growth in non-interest income, and low single-digit growth in non-interest expense including amortization of tax free investments. For FY18, the outlook for NIM is an increase of 5 to 10 basis points over 2017, including the impact of tax reform on tax equivalent net interest income; Fulton previously forecast FY18 NIM up 2-7bps.
ISAs are tax free investments and have the potential for growth above the current level of inflation over the longer term (subject to investment risk).
The 529 program, which allows parents to invest in college funds with tax free investments and withdrawals for tuition, fees, books, started in 2002 and was slated to end at the close of 2010.