noncorporate

adjective
non·​cor·​po·​rate | \ ˌnän-ˈkȯr-p(ə-)rət How to pronounce noncorporate (audio) \

Definition of noncorporate

: not corporate : not relating to or being a corporation small noncorporate businesses

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Recent Examples on the Web This included corporate inversions to lower-tax countries, migration out of the corporate sector and into the noncorporate sector, and a decline in business dynamism. Andrew Stuttaford, National Review, "Yellen’s (Proposed) Tax Cartel," 7 Apr. 2021 The first package contains corporate tax proposals and none of Mr. Biden’s main campaign proposals to raise taxes on top earners’ individual income, capital gains, estates and noncorporate businesses. Richard Rubin, WSJ, "Biden Set to Unveil $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan," 31 Mar. 2021 Loans and debt securities outstanding by nonfinancial, noncorporate businesses increased by $1 trillion to $11.1 trillion at the end of last year from a year earlier. Justin Lahart, WSJ, "Covid-19 Crisis Has Left Americans’ Wallets Fatter," 12 Mar. 2021 The 2017 reduction in the corporate rate to 21% from 35% was the centerpiece of a plan that also lowered taxes for noncorporate businesses, estates and individuals. Richard Rubin, WSJ, "Tax Increase for Corporations Looks More Likely as Election Nears," 18 Oct. 2020 About one-fourth of Crow’s money last quarter, $108,095, came from noncorporate PACs. Justin Wingerter, The Denver Post, "Soros family, private prison company inject thousands into U.S. Senate race," 7 Feb. 2020 Loopholes in state laws that allowed Sears to count hundreds of noncorporate jobs in restaurants and shops on its headquarters’ campus to continue receiving tax breaks from state and local officials. At A Great Price, ProPublica, "The Big Empty: How Corporate Headquarters Have Abandoned America’s Suburbs," 18 May 2020 Most of the money came from non-sponsored state and federal appropriations, but more than $4 million was noncorporate or corporate sponsored, Texas A&M AgriLife spokesperson Katie Hancock said. Ryan W. Miller, USA TODAY, "Controversial study urging people to eat red meat followed by correction," 9 Jan. 2020 Many of the noncorporate tax cuts in that law will expire at the end of 2025 absent congressional action, as will other provisions, such as increased child tax credits. BostonGlobe.com, "WASHINGTON — White House officials and congressional Republicans have begun early talks on a new package of tax reductions and economic growth measures, under pressure from President Trump, who is agitating to announce a new tax cut proposal heading into the 2020 election.," 1 Nov. 2019

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First Known Use of noncorporate

1802, in the meaning defined above

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“Noncorporate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/noncorporate. Accessed 14 May. 2021.

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