tax break

  1. a tax deduction that is granted in order to encourage a particular type of commercial activity
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How To Use tax break In A Sentence

  • Mr. Obama urged Congress Tuesday to immediately eliminate what he called "unwarranted" tax breaks for oil companies. Gas Price Surge Triggers Political Brawl
  • The board should encourage the government to increase the tax breaks available to donors.
  • Tax can eat into your returns so canny investors make us of the available tax breaks.
  • The indecision over the future tax break has reportedly already cost the Irish film industry millions.
  • We can no longer depend on tax breaks for multinationals or cheap labour; we must innovate and be entrepreneurial.
  • He also asked for federal money to retrain workers and for tax breaks to help manufacturers outfit old plants with new equipment.
  • So when the world's largest private-prison company offered to employ 350 people, local officials welcomed it with tax breaks and free water and sewer hookups.
  • On the other hand, you need a lot of dividend income for this tax break to stimulate your personal economy, and companies are stingy doling dividends out.
  • I recall his predecessor blew a Trillion on tax breaks for the top three percentiles while another few Trillion went on astrategic warfare and pointless Pentagon pork. Army Rumour Service
  • These are the people who gave tax breaks to every tax dodger in the country when they brought in the amnesty in 1993.
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