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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24 -- Fidelity Tax Advantage Fund's consistent performance has been recognized by three independent mutual fund ranking and rating agencies.
There is still time to tax advantage of tax deductions in 2008 and also benefit from the increased deductible limits next year.
Note that tax-advantaged bond funds are not good investments for IRAs and 401(k)s because these are tax-deferred accounts, so the tax advantage is lost.
Persons registered for VAT now have to provide notice to Customs of arrangements entered into for the purpose of obtaining a tax advantage.
The primary tax advantage would be for a husband and wife, who can protect up to $2 million from estate taxes in California if it's in a living trust, Trommald said.
Another tax advantage comes with the Smiths' itemized deductions.
To understand the position of employers, it is important to recall that the Tax Reform Act of 1954 provided a tax advantage to employers who provided a tax advantage to employers who provided health care benefits to their employees.
Legislation is essential to eliminate this unfair tax advantage that forces the American taxpayer to subsidize tax haven insurers operating in the U.
Hallmarks include the existence of confidentiality conditions, the sharing of a tax advantage between the parties involved and their tax advisers or payment of fees on a contingency basis.
If a client is thinking of selling a capital asset, and the additional income will disqualify him or her from taking a credit, he or she may want to wait until next year to sell, to preserve the tax advantage.
Documentation is key to ensuring a tax advantage for using corporate aircraft as a trade or business expense.
Treasury Department Secretary Rubin describes it as a "loophole closer," and Treasury documents claim that paired-share REITs have a tax advantage over other REITs and real estate entities.