high net
 n.— «The name of the game is to free up cash and tip $1 million—or $2 million in the case of married couples—into a tax-free super zone. “The “high nets” (industry lingo for high net worth individuals) are doing it by hook or by crook,” said one tax accountant.» —“…as cashed-up cash in” The Age (Melbourne, Australia) June 17, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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