Tax Break


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Tax Break

1. See: Write off.

2. See: Tax cut.
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Calls have been made from vineyards across the country to introduce similar duty and tax breaks that other makers of alcohol receive, following the rapid growth of the Welsh wine industry over recent years.
The change would block professionals such as doctors and lawyers from tasking advantage of the tax break.
Congress extends these tax breaks every year or two, usually at the last minute, drawing complaints from business leaders tired of the uncertainty.
The TaxPayers' Alliance's John O'Connell said: "It's ridiculous to hand out tax breaks to councillors without any evidence.
A big target is a set of some 55 temporary tax breaks -- some of which benefit charities -- that expired at the end of last year.
And he suggested the cash should go instead on extending tax breaks on childcare for all couples.
Firms use tax breaks that, when they work right, boost jobs.
According to CTJ, this won't be the last time Facebook embraces stock option tax breaks to avoid paying taxes.
But a senior Government source flatly rejected the idea of a "quid pro quo" deal, and ruled out a marriage tax break featuring in this Budget.
The tax break has been blasted by critics, who include it with other fiscal cliff tax breaks that help Puerto Rican rum makers, Hollywood movie producers and Wall Street bankers.