tax boost


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Noun1.tax boost - the amount by which taxes are increasedtax boost - the amount by which taxes are increased; "a tax increase of 15 percent"
increment, increase - the amount by which something increases; "they proposed an increase of 15 percent in the fare"
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Infra sector and Small Cap mutual funds are a good buy as they will benefit from the wide ranging initiatives on the infra space - rental reforms and tax boost to affordable housing, Electric vehicle infra, rural roads, PPP in railway infra, rly station modernization, credit guarantee for infra finance plus FII investment in infra debt, FDI in aviation, annual global investor meets from National infra.
The fall in net profit was because of a one-off tax boost in 2017, the CEO said.
ONLINE fashion firms enjoy an "unfair" tax boost, says a top boss of budget chain Primark.
The tax boost applies to the sale of non-owner occupied buildings with price tags of $1 million or more.
Heat two at 8.16 can see another greyhound regain the winning thread in the shape of Darren Whitton's TAX BOOST. He has gone five without success since taking a sprint here on November 21 but is definitely dropping back in class.
Consequently, because Wells Fargo structured Tolstedt's payout as a bonus - rather than wages - the bank could deduct the $78 million from its taxes, effectively giving itself a $27 million tax boost, according to economist Sarah Anderson, who directs the Global Economy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.
The changes bring off-shore buyers in-line with UK residents, in a spirit of 'fairness', whilst providing a much needed tax boost to the Exchequer.
A major tax boost for capital investment and further tax breaks for research and development projects were analysed by Wheawill & Sudworth managing director David Butterworth (left), who said: "This is further good news for local businesses looking to build and invest for the future,."
The tax boost would encourage people to quit smoking rather than switch from more expensive to cheaper brands, and help to stop young people taking up the habit, say the scientists.