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Meaning of “tax relief” in the English Dictionary

"tax relief" in Business English

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tax reliefnoun [U]

a ​reduction in the ​amount of ​tax that has to be ​paid: tax relief on sth Companies can claimtaxrelief on ​donations to ​charity.qualify/be eligible for tax relief Investors are ​eligible for 20% ​taxreliefprovided they do not ​touch their ​investments for 5 ​ tax relief In the ​interests of ​housingmarketstability, ​mortgagetaxrelief would be ​cut to 10%.
(Definition of tax relief from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tax relief”
in Chinese (Simplified) (允许某些人不缴纳部分所得税的)减税制度…
in Chinese (Traditional) (允許某些人不繳納部分所得稅的)減稅制度…
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