pass-through taxation

Definition of "pass-through taxation"
  1. A system where business profits are only taxed once, with the owners, not the business, paying the taxes
How to use "pass-through taxation" in a sentence
  1. With pass-through taxation, the entrepreneur paid taxes for her business profits through her individual tax return.
  2. Due to pass-through taxation, his start-up's earnings were taxed on his personal tax return, instead of the business being taxed.
  3. Pass-through taxation prevented the small business from being directly taxed, taxing the owners instead.

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