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tax lossnoun [C]

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ACCOUNTING, TAX a ​situation in which a ​company or ​investmentlosesmoney in a particular ​period, so there is no ​tax to ​pay on it, and in some ​casestaxpaid on ​profits in previous ​periods can be got back: If you make an ​investment that ​creates a ​taxloss, you can then use this ​loss to ​reclaimincometaxpaid previously.
GOVERNMENT, TAX a ​situation where the ​governmentcollects less ​tax than it would have ​normallycollected in a particular ​period: The ​fraud resulted in a ​taxloss to the ​publicpurse in ​excess of £400,000.
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