Foreign Tax Relief

Foreign Tax Relief,

What is The Meaning of Foreign Tax Relief?

  • Reduction in domestic taxes on foreign income which is subject to foreign taxes. Generally, two approaches are used to reduce foreign taxes, namely the credit method or the exemption method.

Literal Meanings of Foreign Tax Relief

Foreign:

Meanings of Foreign:
  1. From a country or language other than your own, from, or their feature.

Sentences of Foreign
  1. Foreign language

  2. I think it's very strange for you

Synonyms of Foreign

strange, far off, bizarre, distant, outlandish, far flung, overseas, exotic, funny, alien, peculiar, curious, weird, unheard of, outside, remote, queer, unknown, external, unfamiliar, odd

Tax:

Meanings of Tax:
  1. Tax (on something else)

  2. High demands (power or resources)

  3. Confront (someone) with guilt or guilt.

  4. Investigation and evaluation (file fee)

  5. Mandatory government income tax, which is levied by the government on employees' income and company profits, or is included in the price of certain goods, services and transactions.

  6. One type or more demand.

Sentences of Tax
  1. Hardware and software are taxed at 7.5%

  2. He knew that the next test would test his full strength.

  3. Why are you blaming me for these baseless allegations?

  4. The clerk collects the bill

  5. Higher taxes will reduce consumer spending

  6. A heavy burden for the attention of the readers, the readers

Synonyms of Tax

pressure, tithe, censure, charge duty on, exact a tax on, tariff, confront, impose a toll on, levy, charge, assessment, contribution, burden, toll, levy a tax on, stretch, encumbrance, load, impost, tribute, put a strain on, condemn, demand

Relief:

Meanings of Relief:
  1. Feeling comfortable after being free from anxiety or stress.

  2. Help, especially in the form of food, clothing or money, is given to people with special needs or difficulties.

  3. A person or group of people who have taken the place of other people who have served.

  4. Circumstances that are clear or obvious should be emphasized in one way or another.

Sentences of Relief
  1. When he finished, he saw the door open

  2. Raise donations to fight hunger

  3. Late nurse

  4. The sunset highlights the snow-capped peaks

Synonyms of Relief

replacement, assistance, ease, repose, cover, substitute, locum, reserve, aid, supply, care, standby, proxy, consolation, understudy, solace, reassurance, stand-in, surrogate, comfort, sustenance, stopgap, help, fill-in, succour, relaxation, calmness