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A valuable type of tax relief given by deducting the amount of the credit directly from the amount of a tax liability.
 
A valuable type of tax relief given by deducting the amount of the credit directly from the amount of a tax liability.
  
 
For example, the deduction of an amount of foreign tax already paid, to directly reduce the amount of a domestic tax liability.
 
For example, the deduction of an amount of foreign tax already paid, to directly reduce the amount of a domestic tax liability.
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''UK personal tax''.
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Relief for business trading losses, pension contributions and certain other payments for the purposes of calculating UK personal tax credits.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 14:19, 13 May 2016

Tax.

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A valuable type of tax relief given by deducting the amount of the credit directly from the amount of a tax liability.

For example, the deduction of an amount of foreign tax already paid, to directly reduce the amount of a domestic tax liability.


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UK personal tax.

Relief for business trading losses, pension contributions and certain other payments for the purposes of calculating UK personal tax credits.


See also