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Synonyms for tax deduction

a reduction in the gross amount on which a tax is calculated

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This will assist language centres to broaden their sources of revenue to include tax-deductible public donations.
Tax-Deductible Contributions Received from May 1, 2016, to December 31, 2016
Donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law and support the mission of TNF.
Oregonians would then know that any charity seeking tax-deductible donations meets the state's minimum threshold of effective philanthropy.
The VEBA would provide, on a tax-deductible basis, the money to take care of the buyout.
Payments by large companies to facilitate business transactions, such as entertaining, are generally excluded from tax-deductible expenses.
A VEBA allows more tax-deductible contributions than a 401(k) plan because it is not subject to strict pension plan guidelines.
In this report, GAO (1) provides an overview of the insurance industry's current capacity to cover natural catastrophic risk and discusses the impacts of the 2004 hurricanes; (2) analyzes the potential of catastrophe bonds--a type of security issued by insurers and reinsurers (companies that offer insurance to insurance companies) and sold to institutional investors--and tax-deductible reserves to enhance private-sector capacity; and (3) describes the approaches that six European countries have taken to address natural and terrorist catastrophe risk, including whether these countries permit insurers to use tax-deductible reserves for such events.
Contributions are tax-deductible, and funds roll over from year to year.
While the foundation provided the reports as a service to IIA members, it also has made them available to nonmembers in return for a voluntary tax-deductible contribution.
Bangsberg set up the Family Treatment Fund to receive tax-deductible contributions to treat some of the Ugandans he is working with.
She told reporters she wants a tax on breast implants - her breasts are natural, she said - and she wants lap dances to be tax-deductible.
You'll receive a tax-deductible receipt in return for your donation.
Between now and December 31, many of our member families will make contributions to the tax-deductible National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund.
the newly minted stockholders were encouraged to make tax-deductible donations of their shares to the Foundation, a 501(c)(3) entity dedicated to developing innovative education and recruitment initiatives for the profession.