double-dipping


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double-dipping

(The act of being) involved in and benefiting from two different things at once, often illegally. Once you start getting pension payments, you could be accused of double-dipping.
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He said he strongly objects to the double-dipping loophole, but he doesn't think it's fair to cut people off who were "legally entitled to take advantage of it.
Although TEI welcomes the clarification, we recommend that a 5-year certification period be adopted, not only because the shorter time period should be sufficient to deter any perceived double-dipping of losses and deductions, but also because it is consistent with the recent amendment to the section 367(a) regulations, reducing the length of the required gain recognition agreement from 10 years to 5.
Chris Turner, D-Grand Prairie, laid out his bill to ban the controversial practice - called double-dipping - in the House Pensions Committee on Monday.