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  • verb To enact or collect a stealth tax


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  • Or, the finance sector that should have been skewered by Labour had it actually understood what was going on rather than hoping Broon's thre-way split on financial regulation would work, unlike anything else he ever did - selling gold and seeing the price rise [he defended that only this week] raiding pension funds, welfare-to-work, fire-hosing stealth-tax money at education and health to no benefit, etc., etc.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister? 2010

  • Another stealth-tax provision imposes limits on personal-exemption amounts.

    Many Taxpayers Stand to Gain 2009

  • We have been already hit with nothing but stealth-tax ...

    Politics on the Hudson Joseph Spector 2010


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