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Loophole Definition | Investopedia
Definition of 'Loophole'
A technicality that allows a person or business to avoid the scope of a law or restriction without directly violating the law. Used often in discussions of taxes and their avoidance, loopholes provide ways for individuals and companies to remove income or assets from taxable situations into ones with lower taxes or none at all.
Loopholes are most prevalent in complex business deals involving tax issues, political issues and legal statutes. They can be found within contract details, building codes, tax codes, among others.
Investopedia explains 'Loophole'
A person or company utilizing a loophole isn't considered to be breaking the law, but circumventing it in a way that was not intended by the regulators or legislators that put the law or restriction into place.
You lied. You were caught in that lie. And now you go on the attack hoping nobody sees your error. Here is a clue for you - the longer you prolong this the worse it gets for you.
Just admit you made it up and move on for heavens sake.
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