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Tax Break

1. See: Write off.

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In the next four years, the top 1 percent of Americans--those making $337,000 a year or more--will get, on average, tax breaks worth $103,899, according to Citizens for Tax Justice.
For too long, local officials across the country have doled out tax breaks and other subsidies to corporations under the guise of promoting economic development," Weaver says.
Film tax schemes have been notoriously abused by taxpayers, who took advantage of special film subsidies that existed concurrently with various tax breaks to use films as lucrative tax shelters.
However, in an effort to keep costs down, the government is reluctant to offer the same tax breaks for all company pension schemes.
The political allure of tax breaks for "targeted" expenditures or investments would be too seductive for Congress and the White House to resist.
Any new tax breaks for these should be limited to job-creating new investment such as venture capital; there's no reason to increase the deficit to reward gains that create no new jobs or wealth.
3448, would provide new small business tax breaks, an extension and redefinition of the expired exclusion for employer-provided education assistance and targeted jobs tax credits, and proposals to eliminate some of the restrictions on state and local retirement programs.
The 2012 UK budget announcement on decommissioning tax relief, followed by the recently announced tax break for operators of shallow-water gas fields in the UK North Sea region, have drawn investors' attention to the exploration and production activities in the North Sea.
Democrats argue the tax break, instituted in 2013, hasn't created many jobs and has given a needless benefit to some high- income Oregonians, including lawyers and doctors.
The more than 50 tax breaks benefit big corporations and small businesses, as well as teachers and people who live in states without a state income tax.
Speaking at a forum in Tokyo, Omi said the government is, for example, considering allowing the tax breaks for capital gains on stock sales to be extended under a condition that the stocks are purchased by the end of 2007.
The San Fernando Valley's only economic enterprise zone, which has helped jump-start roughly 200 Pacoima-area businesses since 1986, faces possible loss of the designation, meaning an end to tax breaks for local companies that create jobs.