Tax Break

Tax break is a term referring to any item which reduces tax, including any tax exemption, tax deduction, or tax credit. Tax break is also a pejorative term used in the United States to refer to purportedly favorable tax treatment of any class of persons, as in "individuals get a tax break for so and so".

Other articles related to "tax break, tax":

Italian General Election, 2006 - Political Issues - Tax Breaks
... One of the main points regarded a tax break for income levels, whereas The Olive Tree policy was essentially to maintain a progressive taxation system ... The generalised tax break was somewhat enacted in 2005, and included in the last Financial Measure ... The opposition blamed Berlusconi for doing the tax break in one of the worst economic periods for the country, with no coverage for the resulting debt, and accused Berlusconi's ...
Dividend Imputation - Australia - Elimination of Tax Incentives
... soon realised that the system eliminated to a considerable extent the effectiveness of tax incentives for corporations ... If a corporation was given a tax break then its incomes thus released from taxation would not generate franking credits precisely because no tax was ... credits along with their dividends, meaning in turn that they had to pay more tax ...

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