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"tax allowance" in British English

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tax allowancenoun [C usually singular]

uk   us  
the ​amount of ​income on which you do not have to ​paytax
(Definition of tax allowance from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"tax allowance" in Business English

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tax allowancenoun [C]

uk   us   UK (US tax exemption) TAX
an ​amount of ​money that can be taken off someone's ​income and ​savings, or a company's ​profits before the ​taxowed is ​calculated: The married couple's ​taxallowance was ​withdrawn in the 1990s.
(Definition of tax allowance from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tax allowance”
in Chinese (Simplified) 收入免税额(指收入中不需交税的部分)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 收入免稅額(指收入中不需交稅的部分)…
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