tax boost


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Synonyms for tax boost

the amount by which taxes are increased

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Tax boost for mergers Entrepreneurs' relief tax being doubled to pounds 10 million will spark renewed interest from businesses teetering on the edge of selling their firms, according to experts in the city.
Socialist MEP Proinsias De Rossa implored Rehn and Trichet to consider the "economic wasteland" a corporate tax boost would create in Ireland.
IDA Executive Director Sandy Mathes said the project will also translate into a significant tax boost for the county.
The Lib Dems are promising a pounds 700 tax boost for millions of taxpayers by raising the National Insurance threshold to pounds 10,000.
No one who loves Oregon is going to leave just because of a small tax boost.
The planned tax boost is a burden the people must bear to maintain the nation's welfare system in the medium term, he added.
Gordon Brown delivered his final Budget yesterday with a surprise tax boost ( and staked his claim as the next Prime Minister.
The total increase was about $11 billion, including California's car tax boost that will generate about $4 billion in FY 2004.
Bill Morrisette, D-Springfield, a sponsor of the increase, said there are enough votes in the Senate to pass the tax boost.
The goal: win legislative support for a temporary penny sales tax boost to aid schools, meet a constitutional mandate to keep schools open, and head off a property tax hike.
THE SNP are demanding a pounds 50million tax boost which could be raised by football's Euro 2008 championship should remain in Scotland.
Bush's promise-breaking tax boost in 1990 and Bill Clinton's tax increases on the rich in 1993, which laid the grounds for the current budget surpluses.
Mr Brown is expected to give a tax boost for everyone with an increase in the current 10p tax band of pounds 1,520.
Either way, the nonrich lose, whether through a tax boost or program cuts or both.
Add up the FET increase, a California tax boost and price hikes and, obviously, the consumer price will be forced up sharply.