double dipper

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n double dipper someone who draws two incomes from the government (usually by combining a salary and a pension)
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Usage


In news:

'Double Dippers ' in Marin and elsewhere rake in public money.
'Double- dippers ' rake in public money.
(The Star-Ledger MATT RAINEY) Chris Christie: He needs to go for real pension reform and get rid of the double- dipper .
Mark Lagerkvist has another great piece on double dippers in state government, this time in the very department that's supposed to keep track of this sort of thing, the comptroller's office.
Sun analysis finds 17 owners with three or four homestead credits, hundreds of double- dippers .
If double dippers go back to the same job, then eliminate the pension income until they retire again.
The latest in a series of unusually fierce winter storms turns out to be a double-dipper.
There's been much written in The Oregonian recently about the PERS "double dippers" ("One job per PERS customer," editorial, May 2.
Retirement fund double dippers color taxpayers' view of the average public employee's payout.
Hugh Farley will be a double-dipper starting next year.
'Double-dippers' rake in public money.
Meet the Bay Area's double-dippers.
For dessert, everyone is served her own tray of Mini Ice Cream Dippers with Double-Dip Fondue -- scoops of ice cream with pretzel handles -- all in a muffin pan that's filled with hard shell chocolate and other toppers for dipping.
Piccadilly Circus Pizza introduces its new Double Dippers Breadstick program as part of the new Freezer to Oven foodservice concepts currently being developed to help retailers control labor and grow the bottom line.
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