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1. green lumber

2. Goods Road Transport Link

3. Global Financial System

4. Gross National Debt

5. Gold Exchange Standard

6. Good Through-until Date

7. glass ceiling

8. grid trading

9. General Manager

10. grade mark or stamp

11. General Account

12. Gross Value Added

13. galvanized steel pipe

14. GDP per capita

15. GSCC

16. Guaranteed Renewable

17. group credit insurance

18. Guardian IRA

19. gross processing margin

20. greeks

21. greenhouse

22. Good money

23. gang milling

24. Greenback

25. gilt unit trust

26. Green Audit

27. generation-skipping trust

28. Growth rate

29. Geographical Labor Mobility

30. GNP gap

31. Gross spread

32. Green Card

33. glass pliers

34. GDP At Current Prices

35. Guarantee

36. Government Bond Yields Interest

37. green building

38. Gravity Conveyor

39. GDP Income Based

40. gated community

41. GU

42. Growth and Acquisition (G & A)

43. government sponsored enterprise (GSE)

44. grapnel

45. Greenspan put

46. group carve-out plan

47. Gemstones

48. Guaranty Association

49. Geographical Indications

50. Gross Catch (in Acquatic Resources Accounts)

51. gypsum Keene cement

52. girder

53. green bond

54. glass drill bit

55. GRD

56. general purpose circuit

57. gross combination weight (GCW)

58. Gross Leverage

59. general plan

60. green day

61. gap down

62. Gross Operating Surplus - Eurostat

63. Get All Your Ducks In A Row

64. galloping inflation

65. good this month (GTM)

66. Geographic Code

67. Government Pension Fund

68. gouge

69. GMD

70. Graduated Payments

71. grant deed

72. GATS

73. Guilty

74. green

75. Good Samaritan statutes

76. Gold Reserve Act Of 1934

77. gravestone doji

78. GESMES CB

79. grain raise

80. Goods Having Left The Country By Rail (other Than Goods In Transit By Rail Throughout)

81. Goods In Transit By Road Throughout

82. guest statutes, auto

83. gear ratio

84. guaranteed investment fund (GIF)

85. geodesic dome

86. guaranteed payment loan

87. gensaki

88. government patent

89. gross coupon

90. gross revenue

91. Going out

92. Global depositary receipt (GDR)

93. GDP At Constant Prices

94. Gold-franc

95. GGY

96. group investment

97. Gross Output

98. Green Taxes

99. Goods Loaded (for Transport By Rail)

100. guinea

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Tax Exempt

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Some investments are tax exempt, which means you don't have to pay income tax on the earnings they produce.For example, the interest you receive on a municipal bond is generally exempt from federal income tax, and also exempt from state and local income tax if you live in the state where the bond was issued. However, if you sell the bond before maturity, any capital gain is taxable.Similarly, dividends on bond mutual funds that invest in municipal bonds are exempt from federal income tax. And for residents of the issuing state for single-state funds, the dividends are also exempt from state and local taxes. capital gains on these funds are never tax exempt.Earnings in a roth ira are tax exempt when you withdraw them, provided your account has been open for five years or more and you're at least 59 1/2 years old. And earnings in 529 college savings plans and coverdell education savings accounts (ESAs) are also tax exempt if the money is used to pay qualified education expenses.When an organization such as a religious, educational, or charitable institution, or other not-for-profit group, is tax-exempt, it does not owe tax of any kind to federal, state, and local governments. In addition, you can take an income tax deduction for gifts you make to such organizations.

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