tax advantage

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Noun1.tax advantage - an advantage bestowed by legislation that reduces a tax on some preferred activity
advantage, vantage - the quality of having a superior or more favorable position; "the experience gave him the advantage over me"
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The requirement for tax advantages to be the 'main, or one of the main purposes' is also rather ambiguous, and it appears likely that arguments over these points will reach the Courts in the near future.
Complete tax advantages are best explained by a CPA or financial advisor.
In the case of a more advanced property, Murphy says the tendency is for company leaders to be less inclined to "give away" the tax advantages. In this case, he says junior mining companies are looking for someone who "believes in the project" and is willing to see their investment through "in the long haul."
Because of the tax advantages, this method of financing increasing costs of health care became the backbone of the system and soon went past indemnification against catastrophic costs to include "first dollar" coverage for almost all health care expenses.
"A reduction in these tax advantages could have triggered a material fall in product sales."
Most of the income tax advantages have been negated, although there are still some for trusts set up for grandchildren who may have no other taxable income whilst still in education.
Under state aid rules in the European Union, member states are not allowed to grant businesses selective tax advantages that distort competition.
Due to the tax advantages on income and investment gains you are restricted to investing up to a maximum of PS11,520 in this tax year.
The scheme gave tax advantages to groups of investors that financed ship purchases.
Despite more optimism about their portfolio, women respondents expressed less confidence than men that they completely understand the tax advantages of annuities (17 percent vs.
The new German law aimed at modernising the general conditions for capital investments (Gesetz zur Modernisierung der Rahmenbedingungen fur Kapitalbeteiligungen - MoRaKG) offers real income tax advantages for private venture capital companies that invest in enterprises in need of investment capital and these advantages far outweigh potential distortions of competition that may result.