revenue neutral

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Taxing procedure that allows the government to still receive the same amount of money despite changes in tax laws. The government may lower taxes for one particular group of people, but raise taxes for another group. This allows the revenue that they receive to remain unchanged (neutral).

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On the campaign trail, Representative Smith assured potential voters that switching from a progressive income tax to a flat one would be revenue neutral.

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They were revenue neutral and I thought that everything was interesting and I wanted things to be different cause the government did not deserve those earnings.

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My boss encouraged the President to replace our income tax policy with a revenue neutral national sales tax that would encourage income and would tax consumption.

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