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Tax Break

1. See: Write off.

2. See: Tax cut.
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Last week, the task force unearthed allegations that businesses with strong ties to insurance executive and South Jersey powerbroker George Norcross were able to obtain the better part of $1.6 billion of tax breaks that went to businesses moving into Camden.
The new special tax breaks are meant to prompt consumers to purchase cars with safety functions and encourage elderly drivers to switch to those cars.
Tax breaks on the fuel last year amounted to around EUR7.8bn in Germany according to the country's federal environment agency.
Colin Bennett, owner of Gwinllan Conwy Vineyard in Llandudno Junction, said: "We get absolutely no tax breaks. We pay PS2.17 on our bottles of wine and PS2.77 on a bottle of sparkling wine.
Slashing the tax break for "pass-through" businesses emerged as Plan B for House Democrats to raise more tax revenue this session, after Democratic leaders gave up on a gross receipts tax on Thursday.
New Zealanders get up every morning, go to work and pay their taxes while these investors are pocketing hefty tax breaks to subsidise property speculation.
But because of previous tax breaks passed by the Legislature, 2.2 percent of that projected growth, or an estimated $126 million, will no longer be in the revenue stream."
The package of 54 tax breaks is a collection of narrow provisions targeting specific groups and industries, held together by a few broad tax breaks that benefit millions.
Until now they have received the tax break only if they also work from home such as holding surgeries.
Texas State Auditor John Keel examined the so-called 313 agreement program, named for the relevant chapter of the state tax code, which allows school districts to offer large property tax breaks for select manufacturing, technology and renewable-energy projects, with the state making up the difference.