tax relief


  1. a reduction in the amount of tax a person or company has to pay

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So the question before us is now clear: Are the Republicans going to hold up tax relief for everyone to protect the rich?

It's irresponsible and unneeded: preserving the Bush tax cuts will be tax relief achievement enough.

From tax relief to gay rights to health care, Romney has been all over the political map.

“If CBO scored this plan, it would find net tax relief of approximately $1.5 trillion,” the draft plan said.

Ask voters what Republicans stand for and they likely will mention two things: tax relief and war fighting.

So I want to work with you to give our economy an important jump start by making tax relief retroactive.

Unless Congress acts, most of the tax relief we've delivered over the past seven years will be taken away.

Some in Washington argue that letting tax relief expire is not a tax increase.

There's only one way to eliminate this uncertainty: Make the tax relief permanent.

With tax relief, overtime will no longer be over-taxed time for the waitress.





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