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Synonyms for tax break

a tax deduction that is granted in order to encourage a particular type of commercial activity

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Congress extends these tax breaks every year or two, usually at the last minute, drawing complaints from business leaders tired of the uncertainty.
COUNCILLORS are to receive an astonishing tax break for working from home - without having to prove they do any work.
If you have got hundreds of millions of pounds to spend on tax breaks like that then I would much rather spend it on all working families to improve the tax breaks we are going to give them on childcare, for instance.
Firms use tax breaks that, when they work right, boost jobs.
One option is to comb the state's list of 211 tax breaks and target some of them for limitation or elimination.
According to CTJ, this won't be the last time Facebook embraces stock option tax breaks to avoid paying taxes.
David Cameron faces a fresh backlash from Tory backbenchers after it emerged that marriage tax breaks will not be included in next month's Budget.
The owner of New Hampshire Motor Speedway will get a tax break on future capital investments at the Loudon track as part of what has been dubbed a $70 million extension of the "NASCAR tax break," which is included in the deal Congress forged around New Year's to avoid going off the so-called "fiscal cliff.
President Barack Obama promoted tax breaks Saturday to encourage companies to keep jobs in the United States.
1) The elimination of these tax breaks and subsidies would help to pay for a number of job creating measures.
Most similar applications are for single-family homes seeking far smaller tax breaks, but according to Barbara Alterman, the county's director of planning, zoning and building, the county hasn't rejected such an application in recent memory.
The ruling Democratic Party of Japan, faced with a tug-of-war in a divided parliament, will try to enact two stopgap bills to extend a range of tax breaks and a child allowance program that would otherwise expire on March 31, DPJ lawmakers said Wednesday.
MOF added that the Taiwan Cabinet could decide to extend the tax breaks for BEVs sold in Taiwan.