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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Capital Square, a Virginia-based investment sponsor, specializing in tax-advantaged real estate offerings, has announced it has been named one of Inc.
26 September 2018 - Massachusetts, US-based personalised benefits education, health care transparency and compliance specialist DirectPath has merged with North Carolina, US-based tax-advantaged health plans administrator Flores and Associates, the company said.
"Importantly, the reforms do not affect the tax-advantaged status of life and annuity products," the analysts write.
Our survey reveals that, among various demographic groups, there are notable differences in the understanding of tax-advantaged products and varying degrees of receptiveness to their use.
Summary paragraph: Tax-advantaged accounts important for retirement
I actually do use either VUL or IUL when utilizing cash-value insurance as a tax-advantaged investment vehicle.
Legislation which would allow the use of tax-advantaged dollars to pay for umbilical cord banking was introduced in the US House of Representatives in late March.
But "when it comes to paying for college, the good news is that you have 18 years to plan, there are tax-advantaged solutions, and you don't have to go it alone," says Jennifer DeLong, director of College Savings Hans at AllianceBernstein Investments.
Clients facing future higher education costs next should investigate state-sponsored tax-advantaged college savings plans.
However, classic group health insurance sold in Poland has retained its tax-advantaged treatment for employers and has always been a means of meeting employer goals for employee retention despite the fact that employees still pay personal income taxes on group benefits.
Less than 40% of all parents were familiar with 529 plans, which provide tax-advantaged ways to save for college.