Tax Break


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Tax Break

1. See: Write off.

2. See: Tax cut.
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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.
Downing Street aides later said that Mr Cameron had been drawing a distinction between the planned tax break being unavailable to those paying the higher rate.
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.
Summary: David Cameron faces a fresh backlash after it emerged that marriage tax breaks will not be included in next month's Budget.
Since then, Congress has repeatedly extended the tax break.
The vice chairman of a panel that is investigating the financial crisis has said that the purchase of Wachovia by Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) misused tax breaks.
At its current level, the tax break saves individuals who commute via mass transit more than $1,000 per year each.