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deferred taxnoun [C or U]

uk   us   also deferred taxation
TAX money that a company owes in tax on income already earned, but that it will not pay until a future date: The poor performance was blamed on a deferred tax expense of $5.8 million and an abnormal loss of $7.9 million. Provision must be made in the accounts for deferred taxation.
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