Tax exempt status may provide a potential taxpayer complete relief from tax, tax at a reduced rate, or tax on only a portion of the items subject to tax.
The state of an investment that produces income not subject to federal and/or state income tax. For example, tax-exempt bonds are sold by local governments to finance such public projects as sewers, school construction and parks.
Additional meaning of Tax Exempt:
Tax Exempt examples include exemption of charitable organizations from property taxes and income taxes, exemptions provided to veterans, and exemptions under cross-border or multi-jurisdictional principles.